Stress Management May Have Long-Term Benefits For Cancer Survivors

Going through a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment can be one of the most stressful events that a woman ever has to face. Learning to cope with that stress can carry benefits not only in the early stages of recovery, but also years down the road, according to new research. […]

Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices

Many have already donated Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices to hospitals, organizations and libraries. Corporations, small shop owners, and individuals have helped us provide books in places where readers might not otherwise have had the opportunity to read our compilation. Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices, compiled, illustrated and published by Marion Behr, […]

Dig in Your Heels

by Karla Antoinette Baptiste Book reviewed by Kathie Farrell from CALMERme.com Contributed by Zero Breast Cancer www.ZeroBreastCancer.org  30 North San Pedro Road, Suite 160, San Rafael, California 94930, 415 507-1949 Summary Karla Antoinette Baptiste, the author of Dig In Your Heels, was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer at the age […]

Local Breast Cancer Organization Takes Control on March 30

San Dimas, CA – Fighting 4 the Tatas Inflammatory Breast Cancer Organization will “Take Control” March 30, 2017, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Chaparral Lanes in San Dimas in an effort to increase awareness to the lack of knowledge of Inflammatory Breast Cancer while educating the community on how they […]

Wound Care & Lymphedema Symposium

Presented  by Ginger-K Lymphedema and Cancer Care Center Date: June 3, 2017 Time: 8am—5pm Place: Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites 17035 Condit Road Morgan Hill, CA. 95037 Space for 60 Medical Professionals Sponsored by: Ginger-K Lymphedema & Cancer Care Center Presentations – HIGHLIGHTS: Advancements in Lymphatic Research with details […]

It’s Your Body … Ask

Your Guide to Talking with Your Doctor about Breast Cancer By William H. Goodson III, M.D. Published February 14, 2017 Book reviewed by Rose Barlow, Executive Director of Zero Breast Cancer Contributed by Zero Breast Cancer www.ZeroBreastCancer.org  30 North San Pedro Road, Suite 160, San Rafael, California 94930, 415 507-1949 […]

Bald Is Better with Earrings

A Survivor’s Guide to Getting Through Breast Cancer By Andrea Hutton www.andreahutton.com Review written by Ruth Baillie. Learn more about Ruth at www.CalmerMe.com Contributed by Zero Breast Cancer www.ZeroBreastCancer.org  30 North San Pedro Road, Suite 160, San Rafael, California 94930, 415 507-1949 Published Friday, September 23, 2016       […]

Taking Charge of Your Treatment

By Mary Jo Blackwood A Breast Cancer Two-Timer Shares Her Experience The diagnosis of cancer is a highly charged emotional event. It can throw us off for days before we can begin to think clearly. The inclination may be to follow whatever the person delivering the news tells you. Not […]

To Molly Ivins, With Love ….

Tonight we honored Molly Ivins at a big event in Austin sponsored by the Texas Observer and The Texas Democracy Foundation.. Molly was the quintessential kick-ass investigative reporter who loved to poke fun at the Repubs, especially George W. She was fiery, feisty, and noisy.  She possessed an outrageous honesty and humor as she […]