One Woman’s Breast Cancer Journey
January 7, 2019
Breast Cancer Survivors Have Options
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. With advances in technology, women now have more options than ever before when it comes to breast removal and reconstruction due to cancer.
On this episode of The Balancing Act, we’re shining a light on breast cancer awareness as we travel to Rochester, New York to learn about one woman’s journey.
For Annie Murphy, having her breasts reconstructed was a deeply personal and life-changing decision. Guided by her plastic surgeon, Dr. Ashley Amalfi of the University of Rochester Medical Center, she learned of her options and the latest technological advances available in breast reconstruction.
With her husband and daughter by her side, stay tuned as Annie shares her emotional story and continues her fight to restore and reclaim her life after breast cancer.
The Rockefeller Foundation is working to give communities the food, income, and benefits they need to survive by providing access to various helpful resources.
Homesquare offers an extensive and curated range of functional, stylish, and modern furniture that allows customers to create their dream home office.
The Balancing Act is back, exploring ways to survive and thrive during the coronavirus pandemic – from mental health to creating your dream workspace.