Entries by truly MD Team

Does Breast Pain Always Mean Something Bad?

Although there isn’t a moment in our lives that “the girls” aren’t by our side (or rather on our front), on most days we are unaware of their presence. Sure, we have the daily AM bra conversation with ourselves…what color, what material, strapless vs. racer-back, but in reality we spend a very modest amount of […]

The 8 Facts Every Woman Should Know About Breast Cancer

October is not a month of black and white. We definitely see lots of ghosts, goblins, witches, and skeletons, but reds, yellows, oranges, and pinks (#BreastCancerAwareness) own this time. These colors open our eyes and make us aware of our surroundings and ourselves. And while you can pretty much count on the leaves changing year […]

When Doctor Becomes Patient

I (Sheeva) am a breast cancer survivor. And while I have uttered those words numerous times over the past three years, it is still shocking to hear myself say it. I had no risk factors. In fact, I had all the “protective” factors and a “normal” mammogram only six months prior to the diagnosis. Nonetheless, […]

Leader of the Pack, Take It on Back!

For all of you runners, cyclists, and swimmers out there, you know how good it feels to exercise in the pack. There’s definitely comfort in numbers—the energy and the spirit can pull you through even the steepest of hills or the roughest of currents. Drafting off the guy or girl in front of you is […]