Rethink Breast Cancer

How My Kids Are Honouring My Eight-Year-Long Fight With Breast Cancer

Maura Young | Posted 11.20.2013 | Canada Impact
Maura Young

What a difference a year makes! Last September at this time, I was full of nerves about doing the Pink O Course, a 10km, 30 obstacle race benefiting Rethink Breast Cancer. It seemed the perfect way to honour the many family and friends who I have lost to breast cancer, but also and incredible challenge for me personally because I am a breast cancer survivor.

10 Ways to Help a Friend With Cancer

Karyn Stowe | Posted 12.11.2012 | Canada Living
Karyn Stowe

I was diagnosed with breast cancer at 37 when my children were two, three and six. Some of us knew how to support a mother or grandmother through this disease -- but a friend? Now, I often get calls and emails from friends who are at a loss when another friend has been diagnosed. What can they do to help? Here is a list of things that friends did for me -- or things that I heard of people doing for friends with breast cancer.

Creating a Breast Cancer Support System

Karyn Stowe | Posted 12.05.2012 | Canada Impact
Karyn Stowe

No woman ever wants to hear the words "It's breast cancer." And certainly no one expects to hear those words in her 30s. After finding out I had breast cancer, while I knew the surgeons and oncologists were taking care of my physical needs, I truly struggled emotionally. So how do you go about finding support that suits your needs?

This Hot Guy And His Hot-Guy Friends Can Help Prevent Breast Cancer

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 12.21.2011 | Canada Living

We're in the second half of breast cancer awareness month, and there's no better time to remind all the ladies that checking your breasts regularly is...

Rethinking Breast Cancer: An Interview With MJ DeCoteau

The Huffington Post Canada | Sarah Kelsey | Posted 12.05.2011 | Canada Style

Boobyball (now in Toronto and Calgary). The Fashion Target's Breast Cancer T-shirt. The movie About Her. In the 10 years Rethink Breast Cancer has bee...