A 71-year-old grandmother of six suffering from breast cancer in Singapore volunteers her time to create face masks for the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amy Lee, of Tanglin Halt, who has made 300 masks, is part of the community initiative organized by the People’s Association called Masks Sewn With Love, according to The Straits Times.
Asian women who immigrate to the U.S. may be more likely to develop breast cancer than Asian American women, according to a new study.
The finding contradicts research in previous decades, which revealed that U.S. women had higher breast cancer rates than their counterparts abroad.
Yan Yan, a 3-year-old girl from Shandong province, China, was recently saved after an early detection and treatment for breast cancer.
It was discovered in March by her mother that her daughter’s singlet was stained by a red, sticky discharge, according to Chinese media via AsiaOne. The stain persisted, and soon later, her mother felt a small lump on her daughter’s left chest.