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Are there any single and childless cancer survivors who are also only children?
Infertility is a delicate, sensitive, and emotional topic for men and women. I wish people would stop trying to “fix” the situation.
The one thing I keep coming back to lately is how important quality sleep is—especially during a pandemic.
Younger women who put on pounds may gain protection against breast cancer, but after menopause, weight gain increases risk.
The part I struggle with the most is the longing to share my childhood and college memories, values and wisdom with a child.
Emily Garnett, 34, is a mom, wife and lawyer turned writer and podcast host living with metastatic breast cancer near New York City.
A large analysis finds hormone replacement therapy increases the risk about twice as much as previously thought.
You can’t go back to the life you had before cancer. You’re not the same person.
What I wish you knew about being a survivor, part 1
It’s a very different perspective when an option is stolen from you and not a choice you’ve made yourself.
Confident in my own jagged, broken-down body that it is inherently curing itself along with the doctors’ help, I cannot live any other way.
New findings add to evidence that this localized form of estrogen doesn’t pose the same threat as oral estrogen.
Here is another reason women may want to quit puffing on cigarettes.
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