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My Initiation Into a New World
In 2017, Abigail Johnson was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. She talks about her experience, from diagnosis to treatment.
Tattoos Transform Scars and Spirit: Lindsay Northrop
After a recurrence of breast cancer and a reconstruction revision, Lindsay Northrop got tattoos to replace her nipples and areolas. For this Q&A, she spoke to contributing writer Robin Warshaw ...
Parenting to Pomp and Circumstance
Ann Camden, 48, reflects on parenting her two daughters while living with metastatic breast cancer.
What I Wish I Knew: Prepare for What Is Ahead
Heidi Boudreau, 50, was diagnosed with stage I breast cancer in October of 2018. She writes about what she wished she knew about managing surgical drains after mastectomy.
Volunteer Spotlight: Debi Evans
Volunteers make our work possible. This month, we’re spotlighting volunteer Debi Evans, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one of our Community Connector volunteers.
What I Wish I Knew: Educate Yourself, Take Care of You
Gina Range was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017. She looks back on the things she wished she knew about subtypes, stages, grading, and racial disparities before going into the diagnosis and tre...
Moving Forward After a Metastatic Diagnosis at 23: Julia Wise
Julia Wise was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at age 23. She spoke with LBBC contributing writer Robin Warshaw about ways shes found to move forward after being diagnosed at a young age.