Albie Aware Survivor Spotlight… Melody Resendiz

Many people with a diagnosis of breast cancer feel all alone on their journey. Melody Resendiz knew right away that she needed company as she navigated through the shock, confusion, and fear. She found it in her family, friends, support groups, her faith, and Albie Aware. Breast Cancer Strikes Anyone Melody is married to a […]

Five Things Friday: Helpful Tips for Loss of Appetite

Are you going through treatment and don’t feel like eating? Loss of appetite is common. Good nutrition is vital if you have cancer because both the illness and its treatments can change the way you eat. Breast cancer treatments kill cancer cells. But these treatments can also damage healthy cells, and damage to healthy cells […]

Five Things Friday: Ways to Support Someone with Breast Cancer

Happy sick woman after chemotherapy and elderly mother hugging her

Today, most people with breast cancer are treated in an outpatient setting. They don’t have to stay in the hospital. During this time, they often need help, support, and encouragement. Studies have found that cancer victims with strong emotional support tend to have a more positive attitude and are better equipped to deal with the […]

Five Things Friday – Sun Care During Therapy

Radiation therapy and some types of chemotherapy used for breast cancer treatment can make your skin more sensitive to the sun. When it’s cloudy outside, you may not even think about protecting your skin against the sun. Clouds have an important role in UV rays based on their composition. Things like density, pollution, and location […]

Five Things Friday: Wellness Tips to Regain Your Life

Breast Cancer Eat Healthy

A breast cancer diagnosis is never easy. Patients, friends and family will react in individual ways and may turn to different sources of comfort and support. Albie Aware can offer structure and support in your journey. The rest is up to you. Here are five wellness tips to help make your journey as smooth as […]