In Her Words-Jennifer

In Her Words-Jennifer

In the wake of her breast cancer diagnosis, Jennifer Morris turned to living a more holistic lifestyle and dedicating her passion to providing a healthier home for herself and her family.   Jennifer has always loved finding any excuse to spend time in nature and...
In Her Words: Tara Williamson

In Her Words: Tara Williamson

As a breast cancer survivor and a nurse of 20 years, Tara Williamson understands the importance of realistic, dependable breast reconstruction results. She believes that every woman should have the opportunity to know their options. As a result, she’s dedicated...
Eat Well to Heal Well

Eat Well to Heal Well

Taking care of yourself postoperatively is essential for your health, and an important part of this responsibility is proper nutrition. Eating well after surgery helps your body heal safely and effectively. During recovery, you need extra support from your diet, so...
In Her Words – Lyndsey

In Her Words – Lyndsey

Growing up, Lyndsey Hayes watched her mom battle breast cancer twice and ovarian cancer once. “Mom wasn’t supposed to live through breast cancer the first time, but she got a second opinion, and that doctor helped her,” explains the now 42-year-old. “A few years...
Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q: I am thin and I already had a tummy tuck seven years ago. I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in January, and I’ve had my bilateral mastectomy and wanted to know the different options of reconstruction. I’ll be going through radiation treatments in a week,...
In Her Words – Helene

In Her Words – Helene

When you are handed a breast cancer diagnosis, it’s important to have confident doctors who want to move quickly with your treatment plan. So five years ago, when Helene Robinson was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer, she was surprised at what went wrong...