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Doctors Weigh In: Do Mammograms Really Save Lives?

By on November 5th, 2013 Categories: Lower Your Risk, Our Medical Experts

[Editor's Note: This post originally appeared on October 30, 2013, on It is borrowed with permission.]

After asking the question, “Are Mammograms really saving lives?” two weeks ago, I got some very good follow up. It seems like there were two major ideas:

  1. The science behind mammograms can be questioned, but there are also very strong reasons to get one.

MealLogger: Support to Get Your Recovery and Healthy Eating on Track

By on November 1st, 2013 Categories: Day-to-Day Matters

Even though many parts of cancer treatment were miserable, there was something oddly comforting in the predictable and stable routine. For nearly 6 months, my life revolved around this 3-week rotating schedule, in which all the details were pretty much mapped out for me by my medical care team. I knew the order of all the medical procedures, what drugs I needed to take and …

Telling Kids About Cancer

By on October 17th, 2013 Categories: Day-to-Day Matters

Just a few months ago when I introduced myself to people, I usually started with either my name and job title or as mother of (fill in kid’s name). These days, I tend to lead with the diagnosis so we can start there. My name is Sara Masri and I was diagnosed with breast cancer in early June. I started my treatments in July — …

Celebrating Sisterhood: Weekend Sleepaway Camp Honoring Survivors and Friends

By on October 2nd, 2013 Categories: Events, The Breast Cancer Journey

Weekend sleepaway camp for women: honoring survivors and their girlfriends!

I’m going to camp! I never did as a child — Cuban parents don’t allow that. They’re, let’s say…a bit over-protective. So earlier this year when the opportunity presented itself for me to go to camp with girlfriends, I was the first one on the plane! It was amazing…relaxing, hilarious, nurturing, FUN, validating, emotional, revealing, …

Insurance Marketplaces Offer Choices for Uninsured

By on September 30th, 2013 Categories: Day-to-Day Matters

No matter how you feel about the Affordable Care Act/Obamacare, it’s coming. For some it may already be here. Nearly all Americans will be required to have health insurance by Jan. 1, 2014. If they don’t, they’ll have to pay a penalty.

A very visible part of the law becomes active on Oct. 1, 2013: Insurance marketplaces offering various plan options begin operating and will …

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