The two-time breast cancer survivor invites readers to trace her journey from diagnosis to taking control of her health and to being completely cancer-free. The interactive journal coupled with the confessional-style writing Jocelyn presents was designed to make the reader feel like they have a friend and confidant in every step of their journey. Beginning with an introduction that chronicles her seven years of research, healing, and studying of both Western and Eastern medicines, Binder invites readers into practices that have worked for her. Throughout each chapter, Binder walks readers through every facet of her journey that allowed her to heal her mind and body.
Melanie Griffith Shares Lingerie Photo for Breast Cancer Awareness
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Melanie Griffith just broke the internet—and for a great cause! On Thursday, the year-old actress and film producer shared a lingerie photo in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Griffith previously opened up about her own experience with cancer to Survivor Net.
Many breast cancer survivors say a crop of pink-ribbon campaigns have hit a new low -- by sexualizing breast cancer. An online porn site this month has been using breast cancer to increase its Web traffic by offering to donate 1 cent for every 30 views of its videos. The intended recipient for the donation, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, rejected the offer and instructed the site to stop using its name. Yet pornographers are only the most extreme example of a disturbing trend: using sex to sell breast cancer -- or simply get attention, say Gayle Sulik, author of Pink Ribbon Blues.