Affecting one in eight women in the United States, the impact of breast cancer touches nearly everyone. We want to celebrate the accomplishments of advocate and geneticist Mary-Claire King, whose ground breaking research revolutionized the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Born in a suburb of Chicago, Mary-Claire King developed an interest in solving mysteries […]
A diagnosis of breast cancer can cause many to evaluate their dietary intake and lifestyle. Incorporating a good diet during and after breast cancer treatment is an important factor in improving your energy, strength and overall well-being. Before starting any diet, you may want to consider talking to a dietician to help guide you toward […]
After a breast cancer diagnosis, you could face an onslaught of varying emotions that make it difficult to focus. No one is prepared to have the conversation about the next steps. At AiRS, we want to help guide you through a few of the right questions to ask your doctor so that you can make […]
On their latest post “Where is America in the Fight Against Breast Cancer?”, EBIX used a quote from our own Dr. Rod Rohrich and mentioned AiRS Foundation and our mission to assist breast cancer survivors with reconstructive surgery costs. We are grateful for this recognition. Please read their full article here. And remember, ’tis the […]
Earlier this month Cancer Fashionista posted a blog about AiRS Foundation. We greatly appreciate every kind word. Please read their full blog post here.
A Special Thank You to Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Saks Fifth Avenue from Board Member Jay Orringer, M.D.
The Saks Fifth Avenue Key to the Cure event in New York City, on October 18, 2018, was a truly memorable evening. The event celebrated the beautiful spirit, resilience, and benevolence of an American icon and an extraordinary individual, Julia Louis-Dreyfus. In honor of Julia, Saks Fifth Avenue made a generous contribution to the AiRS […]
Cope and Recover from Breast Cancer Breast cancer is disruptive not only to the body, but also to everyday life. The disease leads to doctors’ visits, surgeries, expenses, loss of work, and loss of energy. So much of what someone is accustomed to doing on a daily basis can be disrupted by cancer. Understandably, many […]