Women tell their stories...

Overcoming the Scars - "Berliner Zeitung"

Three women travel all around the country to model bras and swimwear for breast cancer patients. They help to encourage women and demonstrate what life after the diagnosis can look like

A report by Uta Eisenhardt

Living with Cancer - Annette Rexrodt von Fircks

Someone is diagnosed with cancer every one-and-a-half minutes All of a sudden, time stands still. It was like silence descended on me, there was no up or down, the world stopped turning and time stood still. I was utterly alone....

I feel alive and I am full of life - Steffi Berke

For many couples, holding their own baby in their arms for the first time is the most beautiful moment of their lives. We experienced that joy 14 years ago. And then the cancer arrives. I am 33 years old and my life is perfect. It was perfect. Mastectomy, six rounds of chemo. I take medication to protect my ovaries and...

There is always possibility amidst adversity - Chris H.

"You have breast cancer." I got my diagnosis on the 18th of September 1995 and it hit me like a brick wall. I was only 42, cancer was not in my family and I was leading a healthy life. Two partial mastectomies, four rounds of chemo...

Somehow, my illness became my friend - Andrea S.

I was 27, living in Spain and had just had an epiphany about the value of living in the now while enjoying the warm autumn sunshine on my face. Only a few hours later I learned about the importance of living in the here and now and that nothing in life was certain, even if I had always thought it was...