The costs of treating cancer add up fast. If you have Medicare, many of those expenses are included in your coverage. This article will answer basic questions about how to find out how much you will owe for your cancer treatment if you have Medicare. If you receive a serious cancer diagnosis, ...
August 12, 2021sarbel
An average of 1.7 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year in the United States alone. Cancer is a widespread and unfair disease that touches many people and can take a terrible toll on a patient’s health, relationships, emotions, and finances. The cost of cancer treatments can reach $150,000 or more, according to AARP, ...
December 4, 2019sarbel
False eyelashes are an easy and more cost effective way than eyelash extensions to go out and about your usual day. Although, applying them can be a little difficult. Regardless of whether you’re a pro or just starting out using them, they require immense amount of attention to detail and ...
November 17, 2018sarbel
If you or someone you love has breast cancer, you may be eligible for financial aid. The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers monthly resources for people with serious disabilities that prevents them from working. While breast cancer will not automatically qualify, many women with advanced or aggressive cancer will be ...
August 6, 2018sarbel
After you go into remission or experience complete recovery from cancer, you may still have some troubles to deal with. Depression after cancer happens for many survivors. But you don't have to handle it alone. We can give you some advice for living life after breast cancer to the fullest. My ...
Breast cancer treatment can be challenging to go through. Even the most positive patients have days when they feel down. But, you have a community of patients and survivors to support you, and you also have hope. For seven months, I underwent 16 different cancer treatments, including a one-sided mastectomy. During this ...
Breast cancer changes you, but not every change has to be negative. Before I started chemo, I would describe my physical activity level as…well, zero. As a busy marketing director, mother and wife, I just couldn’t seem to find the time. Although cancer brought about some traumatic changes in my ...
To boost their self-esteem and regain a sense of normalcy, some mastectomy patients go through nipple reconstruction or get areola tattoos. But, we now have a third option that opens up a world of possibilities for breast cancer patients and survivors. After my single mastectomy and breast reconstruction, I couldn’t wait ...
After breast cancer, you might view your beauty habits differently. Chemotherapy and mastectomy procedures can change your body. You can lose hair, eyebrows and eyelashes when you get chemotherapy treatment. It also dries out your skin. A mastectomy can leave you with just one or no breasts. As a woman who ...
Maintaining a positive body image after a mastectomy can be difficult. Whether part of your breast or an entire breast gets removed, your body has been changed. Going through such a process can be rough on even the most body-positive person. I was 33 at the time. After seven months of 16 ...