How to Talk to Your Kids About Your Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

We know that even with the best support in the world, it can be extremely difficult to disclose and talk about your cancer diagnosis, especially with your own children. Despite all the uncertainty that lies ahead during your treatment and recovery, we can help out with simple tips to get you through the brave next

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How to Reduce Scarring After Breast Surgery

    Unfortunately, scars are a natural result of mastectomies, breast reconstructions and other types of breast cancer surgeries. They can last months or even years after the procedure, depending on the kind of scar it is. Besides their cosmetic appearance, they can also be painful, itchy or feel tight. Here we’ll provide some of the

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Mastectomy Must-Haves: Preparing for Treatment and Recovery

Preparing and recovering from any major surgery can be nerve-wracking; it’s even more so when the unpredictability of cancer is at play. We know that one of the toughest parts of preparing for treatment is accepting the unknown alongside your friends and family. And recovery is, at times, unexpectedly difficult- adjusting to your new body

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Post Mastectomy Bra Guide: Things to know about buying your first bras

We understand how tricky it can be to navigate the world of bras right after a mastectomy or another type of reconstructive breast surgery. First and foremost, it’s essential that you follow the directions of your doctor, especially in the first weeks after the surgery. Bandages and other dressings should always be left on until

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