Someone that I love has cancer, what can I do? From tips for helping at home to making treatment easier, Danielle shares her experience and chooses to become a helpful voice for all those undergoing cancer.
When Alexandra was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin's Lymphoma at the age of 29, she decided to focus all her effort on her art. Read how she has been using art as a therapeutic outlet throughout her chemo journey.
Meet Paige, a breast cancer survivor and advocate. Paige was diagnosed with Stage 2B IDC (Invasive Ductal Carcinoma) Breast Cancer in September 2019. After ending her chemotherapy in March 2021, she advocates for other warriors who are going battling through cancer journey just as she once was.
A cancer diagnosis can be frightening and devastating for anyone, but research has found that cancer is more depressing for men than women. Whether you're a caregiver or just a friend, learn how you can best support a man in your life that is going through cancer.
Crystal is a Pancreatic Cancer and Duodenal Cancer survivor. Through patient advocacy, Crystal empowers other warriors who may be going through cancer or another chronic illness. Continue reading to find out more about her cancer diagnosis story, and advice she has for others.
Our Chest Port Access Blouse collection makes it simple for patients and nurses to have access to any implanted port and perform medical treatment, like chemotherapy and dialysis, with dignity and ease.
In support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Care+Wear has partnered with Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF), to create 1,000 custom port access shirts to be donated to children battling cancer across America.
Hil is an active cancer advocate, writer, and mentor. After being diagnosed with Breast Cancer at the age of 28 with no previous family history, she shares important tips that she wishes she had known when she was battling cancer.
You just got the worst news of your life…you have cancer. Now it’s time to pick up the phone and tell your closest friends and family members. Aisha shares how she created a "Code of Cancer" to help break the news.