After Chani Himes finished college, she left her small Ohio hometown and moved to San Clemente, excited about what her future would hold.
Stories for Women's Care
Soon after her diagnosis with breast cancer at age 35, Shawna Manetta made a decision: she shook off the fear and chose to focus on the blessings in her life.
With a maternal grandmother, mother and aunt who developed breast cancer at an early age, Tara Stein had been on the alert for the disease.
Mia found a lump one morning on her breast when she got out of the shower. She stood there silently wondering, could this really mean breast cancer?
A heart attack was the last thing on Karen Heydorf’s mind—but self-diagnosed panic attacks were a major concern.