Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition Young Survivors

Breast cancer young survivor wants to help others cope

Betsy PriceHeadlines, Culture

Stephanie Cumella was only 32, with two young children, when she was diagnosed with a deadly form of breast cancer. The disease threw her world into chaos as she tried to cope with treatment, work, family life  and more. It would also lead her into a career change, working with young breast cancer survivors who, like her, were diagnosed in …

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Young breast cancer survivors benefit from DBCC program

Terry RogersCulture, Town Square Live

A diagnosis of breast cancer at any age can be frightening and stressful, but for younger women, learning you have breast cancer can be especially devastating. The Young Survivors in Action (YSIA) program through Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition (DBCC) is designed to help people between the ages of 20 and 40 who have been diagnosed with the disease. “We have …

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DBCC’s Young Survivors in Action promotes meditation and meaningful activity during and after breast cancer treatments

Terry RogersHealth

Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition (DBCC) understands that every breast cancer survivor needs methods for staying upbeat, healthy and motivated. This is especially true of women who are diagnosed at a young age. For this reason, they offer DBCC’s Young Survivors in Action, a program which is designed to connect, support, and empower young women diagnosed with breast cancer. “Recently, DBCC’s …