Soon after her diagnosis with breast cancer at age 35, Shawna Manetta made a decision: she shook off the fear and chose to focus on the blessings in her life.
Stories for Women's Care
With a maternal grandmother, mother and aunt who developed breast cancer at an early age, Tara Stein had been on the alert for the disease.
Mia found a lump one morning on her breast when she got out of the shower. She stood there silently wondering, could this really mean breast cancer?
A heart attack was the last thing on Karen Heydorf’s mind—but self-diagnosed panic attacks were a major concern.
While many women are not aware they have uterine fibroids, millions of others suffer a wide range of symptoms.