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I Have Breast Cancer: What Do I Tell My Children?
Telling your kids you have breast cancer adds another difficult step to the mix. What’s the best approach to break the news?
What To Do If You're BRCA Positive
Learning that you carry a BRCA mutation can be shocking. Get answers to questions like what to do if you are BRCA positive & how it impacts cancer risk.
I Have Breast Cancer: What Do I Tell My Coworkers?
For most who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, the need to continue to work is a reality. Here's how to discuss your diagnosis with your core team.
Exercise Shows Benefits for Metastatic Colorectal Cancer Patients
Engaging in moderate daily exercise may be able to lower the risk of colorectal cancer worsening, according to new research.
I Have Breast Cancer: What Do I Tell People?
You've just been diagnosed with breast cancer. How do you explain to your concerned loved ones that you need support and not cross-examination or advice?
Breast Cancer Support at Stamford Health
You or a loved one might be facing the risk of breast cancer. You might be wondering where to turn. We offer compassionate support every step of the way.
Give Yourself the Gift of a Mammogram
Everyone has a different excuse for avoiding their yearly mammogram. This holiday season, give yourself and your loved ones the best present: detection.
Healing and Support at the Bennett Cancer Center
Cancer. A diagnosis no one expects to hear. We promise to meet your needs and help you maintain strength, stamina and hope with healing and support services.
Q&A With Linda Solon, Art Therapist
For centuries, art has had healing properties. Learn about Bennett Cancer Center's Expression Through Art program, in this Q&A with Linda Solon, Art Therapist.
DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System Now at Stamford Health
With many breast cancer chemotherapies, hair loss is inevitable. But with DigniCap Scalp Cooling System, it doesn't have to be.