Rethink Breast Cancer's Give-A-Care line includes a cashmere toque, lube, headache balm and a dose of real talk.
Once you're aware of what's normal for your breasts, you're more likely to notice when something has changed.
When Sylvia Soo was diagnosed with breast cancer at 25, she took to journaling. The result is the must-read Cancer Fabulous Diaries — part memoir, part practical handbook.
"You can never know when or how you'll die. You can only choose how you'll live." — Leanne Coppen
Chatelaine.com teamed up with Roche Canada and Rethink Breast Cancer to find inspirational stories of love and support