Ten years ago if someone asked me what my life would look like on the brink of my 27th birthday, my response probably would have gone a little something like this- “well….I will have completed my Master’s and be a successful psychologist with my own practice a
Since being diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, Michelle lives every day to the fullest by embracing a positive mindset and using the mother nature as her favorite form of medicine. Read more in this week's Its Personal Q & A led by Megan Pischke.
Two years ago Samantha Kuhr's life and body changed forever when she had two cancerous tumors removed, both breasts, and 13 lymph nodes. Samantha shares a powerful blog including a few things a cancer survivor wishes you knew.
Yoga is well known for its healing benefits - physically, mentally and spiritually. We at B4BC strongly believe in the benefits in yoga, especially for cancer patients and survivors. Here are a few reasons it can help survivors.
It's personal for B4BC friend and supporter Samantha Kuhr. Unfortunately, Sam was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, but we were so happy to have her join us for our Chasing Sunshine Project Ocean Retreat in Encinitas, California this past Fall. After h
Erin found her own breast cancer lump in the shower at the age of 27. After going through hell and back to fight it, she is proud to be cancer-free, and she now advocates for organizations like B4BC who teach people how to check themselves and that you are ne
Justin Sander is a Public Relations major at CSU Long Beach, and he reached out to Boarding for Breast Cancer to feature the organization as part of a service-learning requirement for his class and to help B4BC gain media coverage in his local networks. As an
Learning that I had breast cancer was a result of my reluctant and arduous efforts in gaining medical insurance. After answering all questions required before getting onto a temporary plan, I came to the realization that I didn’t have an annual checkup in 201
As part of our Survivorship Week, we want to highlight a personal story from 28 year old Danielle Bauman who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 26. Danielle was connected with us through her close friend, fellow Mammoth Mountain local, and Team B4B
Boarding For Breast Cancer (B4BC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation dedicated to providing breast cancer education, prevention and support programs for young people and the action sports community at large.