September 01, 2020
Krystin Morgan I was 21 when my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer; she was only 45 at the time. Due to her young age at diagnosis, her doctors started to investigate our family history. My mom had two first cousins and two aunts who'd battled...
July 29, 2020
Vabren Watts, PhD (new science writer for FORCE) Growing up in a family of educators—ranging from preschool teachers to college presidents—I knew that being an educator was not my calling. Well, that was until I discovered the impact of...
September 03, 2020
by Bob Riter When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1996, I was told, “We don’t have much data about breast cancer in men, so we’ll treat you pretty much like we would treat a post-menopausal woman with breast cancer.” I knew it was...
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