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breast cancer

My Love Story With the Creeping Crab

By Geetha Paniker, a survivor of triple negative cancer with double mastectomy. A  believer of being positive...

I fought breast cancer and won

Says Shachi Marathe, 30, eight years after their unnerving encounter. Her experience.  Age 22, File Number...

CANCER: A friend who warns or a foe with thorns!

A poem by Rita Banik, Founder, RACE to rein-in-cancer The never uttered word CANCER  The word that fills...

Breast cancer at 31 and getting through Chemotherapy

Rajita, now 42, looks back on her ‘shock’ diagnosis and treatment, and how she kept going through rough chemo...

Connected by the thread of pain and love

Breast cancer survivor and founder of RACE to rein-in-cancer, Rita Banik talks about how cancer changed her life...

Cancer was just a part of my story

“On paper, I am better: I no longer have cancer… But off paper, I feel far from being a healthy 26-year-old woman...

Rita Wilson diagnosed with breast cancer, urges people to seek second opinions

We also believe that talking with someone who has had the same/similar condition can help as well. Rita Wilson...

Goodbye 2014. Hello Hope

Death stared at me up close this year, says cancer survivor Minakshi Ray. What did that teach her about life?...

The “Spa” effect of chemotherapy

Minakshi Ray talks about her experience – the weird and the wonderful - while being treated for breast cancer....

Mind over body...

Minakshi Ray on her battle with breast cancer and what it took to win.  “Life is like a game in the boxing ring...

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