The (re)Issue

Meet Cecile Meet Cecile
Up this week we sat down with Cecile, as she explained to us her inspiring story of being diagnosed with two different types of breast cancer; one in each breast. Cecile underwent a bilateral mastectomy with no reconstruction.
Meet Laura Meet Laura
Up this week we sat down with previvor Laura, as she explained to us her inspiring story of her failed diep flap surgery, which led her to get implant reconstruction surgery.
Mother & Daughter Reflect on Breast Cancer Diagnosis Mother & Daughter Reflect on Breast Cancer Diagnosis
This Mother's Day we sat down with mother daughter duo Barbara and Bridget. Barbara is a mother of two daughters, and we had the honor of meeting one of them at our photoshoot, Bridget. This Mother's Day we want to honor not just the two of them, but all mother daughter duos who have experienced breast cancer and how, together they were able to get through it even stronger. Barbara and Bridget sat down with social media manager, Bianca, and shared their experiences. 
Facing Infertility at a Young Age Facing Infertility at a Young Age
National Infertility Awareness Week is observed during the last week of April, this year being April 23rd to 29nd.  Infertility Awareness Week is a significant week that aims to raise awareness for those who are facing infertility. When diagnosed with cancer, many don’t even think about the possibility of becoming infertile, since they are so focused on surviving. There needs to be more knowledge around how cancer affects the body, and how it affects your fertility. In fact, less than 50 percent of physicians discuss the damage cancer treatment may have on your fertility according to the Chick Mission.
Side Set Boobs: What You Should Know About This Shape Side Set Boobs: What You Should Know About This Shape

Side set boobs are breast shapes that tend to feel a bit more like the east and the west than something due north. Side set breasts can happen naturally or could be a result of breast reconstruction. There is often a larger gap between the breasts that expose more chest and/or ribcage if you have wide-set breasts. 

Everything You Need to Know About Underboob Rashes Everything You Need to Know About Underboob Rashes

Are you feeling itchy, irritated, or maybe have a few red patches underneath your breasts? Chances are, you have an underboob rash. With many different types, symptoms, and causes of an underboob rash, it can be hard to figure out what you have, what caused it, and what you need to do to treat it. Read on to discover the main causes of an underboob rash and ways to prevent it from coming back.