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What You Need to Know About a Non-hormonal Birth Control Option and Advocating for Your Sexual Health During and After Breast Cancer Treatment
Young adults impacted by breast cancer often do not want to bring up sex during their doctors’ appointments. Once we’re diagnosed with cancer, we feel like we should just be thankful to be alive.
What if you could begin to regain your range of motion in just five minutes a day? Have you been cleared by your doctor to begin gentle movement but not sure where to begin? Try these 5 simple stretches every day to get started.
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, I was 34 and the single parent to a six year old. My doctor handed me a booklet titled, “A Woman’s Guide to Breast Cancer Treatment,” and sent me on my way.
IT’S REALLY HAPPENING! The YSC Tour de Pink® (TDP) dates for 2021 are here! East Coast will be Sunday, October 3rd West Coast will be Saturday, October 23rd ONE-DAY RIDES You probably noticed that the rides this year are one day instead of our usual three. We are not...
Many young survivors wonder if they can have a healthy pregnancy after treatment, and will it increase their chances of recurrence. New research presented at the 2020 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium looked at those questions.
The risks for experiencing oral health problems during treatments for breast cancer depend on many factors. After a diagnosis, take simple steps to proactively care for your teeth and gums.
Lisa J. Frank passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 30th after a courageous 22-year battle with breast cancer. A founding member of YSC, we have lost one of the greatest champions and sheroes of our organization.
This year has changed the world. And though hardships are inevitable, we are defined by how we respond to them. So it’s time to reimagine YSC and ensure we are meeting the needs of young adults affected by breast cancer right now.
Coping with grief can be a complicated struggle for young adults with breast cancer. What contributes to grief goes beyond the cancer diagnosis itself.
Sy Bryant talks to us about his novel, Co-Survivor, a realistic fictional portrayal of what it’s like watching someone you love go through a Breast Cancer diagnosis.
Say hello to Ali Hayalie, founder of La Hun Manuka Honey and new supporter of the YSC community.
Take a moment to meet Kyle Bergman, founder of the Great Fantastic and new supporter of the YSC community.
If you’ve been feeling overcome by watching events unfolding in the news, know that news-related stress is a serious issue and you’re not alone.
October is coming, and so is the mixed blessing of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. How can we honor and respect everyone’s path, including our own, through an intense celebratory month?