Quality Of Life

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In Treatment
Newly Diagnosed
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A new look to TheBreastCareSite.com.
Amoena is pleased to present a new look and clean design to TheBreastCareSite.com. The site is faster, easier and a more user-friendly place to visit. Information covering quality of life, recovery and treatment issues as well as valuable information for the newly diagnosed are just a few of the categories to help you flourish with health and wellness. We invite you to take a fresh look at TheBreastCareSite.com and share in our growing community.

Newsletter
‘Looking ahead’ is TheBreastCareSite.com’s free monthly newsletter.
The 1st 25 new subscribers are winners of our newly designed mousepad.

Discussion Forum
Our internet forum puts you in touch with other women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. You can share your experiences and exchange your views.

October 2007
Survivor Spotlight
Georgia native, Sharon Ludvigsen had no idea she would have to deal with breast cancer in her lifetime. Although both she and her mother had fibrocystic disease, she always felt it was nothing serious, and that she would probably spend her life being somewhat inconvenienced, but certainly not dealing with anything life threatening.

For Your Bookshelf
Chicken Soup for the Breast Cancer Surivovr’s Soul by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, and Mary Olsen Kelly.Survivors and their family members talk openly about how difficult their fight with breast cancer has been and how they made it through the dark times with a belief in a higher power and the support of those closest to them.

Quality Of Life
Breast Cancer can bring about many changes in a woman’s life – the beginning of a new chapter providing a better quality of life.

Renewal
The mind and spirit must heal just as the body – renewing your confidence as well as your energy.

In Treatment
Every woman is different. Many treatment options are available depending on a woman’s diagnosis.

Newly Diagnosed
Breast cancer is a treatable disease. Educate yourself about different surgeries, before and after.

Community & Support
Our growing, interactive community includes professional advice, publications, a survivors’ club, some humor, and much more.