When a loved one has cancer and survives, you learn not to take life for granted.
What men should report and what puts them at risk.
The number of men having preventive mastectomies has skyrocketed, too.
What’s worse than sitting in a waiting room anxious for your mammogram results? Being a man who is treated like a joke while waiting anxiously for his mammogram results.
Losing a part of your body, or possibly your life, is traumatic for anyone — regardless of gender.
Words like “secular” and “religious” aren’t particularly useful when health-nuts and fundamentalists start seeing eye-to-eye.
Five medical providers told her it most likely was not cancer. On April 21, her life changed forever. — You have a wonderful home, a beautiful family, and an excellent job. You work hard during the week and play even harder on the weekends. You take fabulous vacations or just hunker down to watch a…
L. Lamar Wilson writes of a gay son, an ill mother, and their deeply felt intimacy.
Being a caregiver is a stress-filled full time job, Michael Stalter offers help on how to manage it all.
Life gets complicated in so many ways when you are a caregiver to someone with cancer. How to cope.
Brian Haapala supported the love of his life through her double mastectomy. But would she ever be her independent, sparkling self again?
Jeff Dawson received the greatest gift when he reunited with the love of his life. That she’d just lost her breast to a mastectomy did nothing to limit that love.
Chris Lilly of 82893 Productions has the first five Webisodes of his new sitcom Just Us Guys up and running.
This legendary rock star tells us: You don’t need to be a woman to have breast cancer.
It’s proposed as a public health measure, but it’s just another weak rationalization. Ali A. Rizvi breaks down the reasons why.
Heather Gray follows up last month’s piece on male breast cancer with facts, figures, and a potentially life-saving video.