In this interview, Dave chats with Tuneshia & Tillard Gallop. Tuneshia was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in 2016. She talks about many aspects of her journey: diagnosis, treatment, and the physical and emotional challenges. Tillard covers his experiences and insights from the perspective of the caregiver. Whether you are newly diagnosed or simply curious about how cancer can affect daily life, this candid discussion is as informative as it is inspiring...
healtheo360 Wellness Blog
Upon being diagnosed with breast cancer, it is normal to experience a stream of emotions. You may feel anything from a loss of control, to denial, guilt, helplessness, anxiety and fear. These emotions are all completely necessary to work through and process but in order to keep moving forward in a positive direction, a patient must line up some specific support systems so that they can take action toward the best treatment plan possible.
Male & Female Breast Cancer: Breast cancer is rare among men, accounting for just 1 percent of all cases. Women on the other hand are greatly affected by the disease, with 1 in 8 women developing breast cancer during their lifetime. However, research shows that men affected by the disease have a lower survival rate than women.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: This October, all of us here at Healtheo360 will be wearing our pink ribbons to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign dedicated to raising awareness of the disease.
Did you know that about 20 percent of Breast Cancers are HER2-positive? Breast cancer does not only affect older women but also younger women as well. There are more HER2 cases in younger women than older women. The healtheo360 team has provided you with a few quick facts about the HER2-positive gene.
What is HER 2 + Breast Cancer?
NEW YORK and ENCINO, Calif., Dec. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- healtheo360®, a web portal for people living with chronic health conditions, and Vital Options International, a cancer communication, education and advocacy organization, today announced the launch of the Cancer Collaborative, a global information network providing live treatment news, policy updates, and support services to patients and caregivers via healtheo360's Internet, social media and broadcast channels.
Skincare and beauty products have many different ingredients. Some of these include chemicals that are not so good for the body. Look for those skincare ingredients to avoid in your favorite products.
Skincare Ingredients to Avoid #1: Parabens
Women age 60 and older have a 1 in 6 chance of getting Alzheimer's disease in their lifetime, and are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer's compared with breast cancer, according to a report from the Alzheimer's Association.