"I put motherhood on the back burner while I focused on my media career, and breast cancer forced me to readjust my priorities. I was so angry at myself for not preserving my eggs sooner and giving them a fair chance."
SurTHRIVOR Lyndsay Christian shares how being diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer stage 2B early on saved her life and why it's now her mission to help save yours.
“For me it was important to come to you and admit where I went wrong with this, because it could help you or someone you know,” said Lewis.
For Black women facing breast cancer in 2020, the stakes are higher than ever.
The popular hair treatments are raising health concerns.
During a recent episode of The Solve, Dr. Racine Henry discusses how intimacy and a healthy self-image can be restored after a breast cancer diagnosis.
Renowned Atlanta-based surgeon Dr. April Spencer breaks down how lowering your risk of breast cancer starts with changing your lifestyle.
Breast Cancer Survivor Accomplishes Dream Of Opening Plant-Based Restaurant 2 Weeks Before Mastectomy
Taneea Yarborough wasn’t going to let her dreams of opening a plant based restaurant in Baltimore be led astray — not even by cancer.
Beyoncé's father revealed his fight with breast cancer and the ways in which other men can look out for themselves.
This is beauty that gives back.
See the campaign make a splash at the 25th annual Essence Festival this weekend.
These Best Friends Started A Podcast That's Changing How Black Women Talk About Cancer (And We're Obsessed!)
Michelle James and Danielle Brown host Cocktails and Cancer, a fun and clever approach to getting more Black women to talk about their health and their girlfriends.
Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women and according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, one in eight women will be diagnosed with the disease.
What does it take to stay cancer-free? And what should you do once diagnosed? ESSENCE got nine smart tips from African-American M.D.'s on saving your life.