In This eUpdate:
Fashion Designer Liz Lange
Recognizing and Celebrating Milestones
Men Don't Have Breasts!
Let's Talk About Sex
 

Liz Lange A CONVERSATION WITH
 
Fashion Designer Liz Lange
My Cancer Secret

by Laura Shipp

Fashion designer Liz Lange is the mother of maternity chic. In the late 1990s, Liz single-handedly revolutionized maternity fashion – transforming cutesy ruffles, big bows, and frumpy frocks into stylish and flattering, form-fitting ensembles that aimed to accentuate the curves of pregnancy, rather than hide them.
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Recognizing and Celebrating Milestones

Many people mark milestones in their cancer treatment plan and survivorship in a variety of ways. For many people, the one-year and five-year cancer-free milestones are very meaningful. Other milestones and anniversary dates can be marked as well, such as the end of chemotherapy or radiation therapy, the date of your cancer diagnosis, the anniversary of surgery to treat your cancer, or after each follow-up visit.
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Survivor Photo

Men Don’t Have Breasts!
by Eric Dunlap, Cancer Survivor of the Week

A year before my cancer diagnosis, after working in the yard, I noticed a spot of blood on my shirt. Thinking that I had scratched myself, I dismissed the occurrence. Later that day, another spot appeared. After looking at my chest, I determined that the blood came from the nipple, so I scheduled a doctor’s appointment.
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Let’s Talk About Sex
by Melissa Donahue, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C, CST

Sex is normal human behavior; however, it can be an intimidating topic to discuss with your doctor. It is important to remember that we are all sexual beings whether we are with a partner or alone.
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