Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Following One Woman’s Journey

“I want people to know that we all get diagnoses or have things that happen to us throughout life that are horrible. However, we can use the diagnosis to reexamine our health, or life, and decide how we want to move forward,” Dr. Michelle Tollefson is choosing to move forward with a positive attitude and […]

Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk with Food

You are what you eat, and you can use food to prevent or reduce your risk of breast cancer. For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we talked with a couple of dietitians about good things to eat to reduce your risk of cancer and things that are good for those going through cancer treatment. Dr. Jennifer […]

Breast Cancer Resources

About one in eight women in the US will develop invasive beat cancer over the course of her lifetime. It remains the most common cancer among women. Although death rates have been decreasing, thanks to treatment advances and earlier detection, there are still many deaths that could be avoided if all women received the standard […]

Mental Well-Being After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

A new breast cancer diagnosis brings physical challenges but can also take a toll on a patient’s mental health. On Health Happens, our weekly Facebook Live show, we talked with counseling psychologists from the University of Denver Morgridge College of Education. You can watch the full Health Happens episode by clicking here.  “Initially a lot […]