Why We Need Change in the Cancer Community

Why We Need Change in the Cancer Community

One woman namedĀ Paulette Leaphart has recently made a more than 1,000 mile journey to Washington D.C. to advocate for a breast cancer cure, according to the Washington Post. Leaphart has undergone a double mastectomy and her doctors advised her not to undergo...
Latest Cancer Research Brings New Hope

Latest Cancer Research Brings New Hope

Researchers from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) have uncovered a specific molecular marker calledĀ Ki67, which increases a woman’s risk of breast cancer significantly if found in higher percentages....

Cancer Doesn't Discriminate

Written by Vera Gruessner Cancer is an unbelievably devastating disease. It affects families, children, young adults, mothers, fathers, grandmothers, grandfathers, and more. Cancer doesn’t discriminate. If you spend your life volunteering, being good to others,...