"Even though mummy isn't there to hold your hand or kiss you goodbye as you go in to your class, I will be watching over you and keeping you safe."
When Melbourne mother Kylie Armstrong took to Facebook in February 2016, she had an important message for her friends and family. The 47-year-old had been dealt the devastating news she had breast cancer and she wanted to warn her nearest and dearest about her experience.
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"I am watching a TV show and notice this woman has a left thyroid mass. She needs a sonogram and fine needle biopsy. I wonder if she knows..."
Jessica Vainieri was about to celebrate her first anniversary with her husband when she was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
Rebecca Hiles and millions of women like her are getting judged too quickly by their doctors - and it can mean the difference between life or death.
When Diana Zepeda started noticing her stomach issues, she chalked it up to a bad diet and stress. The 34-year-old from Washington, D.C, worked long hours and often ate from food trucks and delivery service. After experiencing what seemed like random bouts of diarrhea for two years ago, Zepeda knew her eating habits had to change.
Ashley Smith had 24 inches of her hair cut off so it could be made into a wig for her friend Alyssa White, who has Hodgkins lymphoma, to wear at her prom.
A photo of a young man with lung cancer is inspiring people on the internet to conquer their fitness goals — and to think twice before passing judgment.
Dogs have a keen sense of smell thanks to 300 million olfactory receptors in their noses, compared to humans which possess six million.
“All these radiologists came into the room to look at me… They couldn’t believe how healthy I looked given what they found inside me."
According to Tallman, her mother arrived at the gate at 8:50 and informed the attendants that the rest of the family would arrive momentarily. She was told, “They have 30 seconds to get here.” And when Tallman’s mom walked a few steps away to check on her family, the gates closed.
Makeup artist and YouTuber Sadaf Wassan shared a video where she transforms the look of a woman who has cancer and has lost most of her hair.
Tracie Marie shared a photo on Facebook of what breast cancer means to her and, spoiler alert, it has nothing to do with a pink ribbon.