Breast Cancer is not always pinkNovember 27, 2018
While 6 500 people are diagnosed with cancer every year, 4 people die every day despite current scientific and medical advances.
A man in that pink waveOctober 29, 2018
My name is Martin, I’m 51 years old. I have been in remission from breast cancer for two years and I am living my life to the fullest.
Mental Fog or “Chemobrain”October 29, 2018
Chemobrain refers to the cognitive changes that impair thinking, learning, processing or remembering information, which can arise during and after cancer treatment.
"My volunteering lights me up"October 29, 2018
One day, by chance, I found myself a "receptionist" at the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation. Without knowing it, I had just found my volunteer job. Let me explain.
Inflammatory Breast Cancer: A Rare and Aggressive CancerOctober 24, 2018
Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is one of the rare (1 – 5% of all cases), yet very aggressive, breast cancers in which cancer cells block lymph vessels in the skin of the breast.
Vivre avec un cancer du sein inflammatoireOctober 23, 2018
Voici l'histoire de Mélanie Godmer, touchée par un cancer inflammatoire du sein.
PAROLE-Onco’s Mission: Hope, Self-esteem, Positive Impact.October 17, 2018
Discover how PAROLE-Onco can help you manage stress and anxiety during breast cancer.
Breast Cancer During and After PregnancyOctober 16, 2018
Breast cancer during pregnancy is often diagnosed late due to the natural changes occurring in the breast tissue.
Extraordinary Community InvolvementOctober 15, 2018
Policemen Support the Foundation’s Mission by Wearing Pink for the Cause.