Sheryl Crow underwent surgery for breast cancer on Wednesday, she confirmed via her web site.
According to the site, Crow’s doctors call her prognosis “excellent”; she will receive radiation therapy treatment as a precaution.
We faced a bit of rain but the sun ultimately made it's way through the clouds... The next morning we woke up rested and ready to explore Portland.
After eating a delicious breakfast at Hot Suppa we headed out to see the coast.
Sure enough, the minute I walked into the gallery I felt that feeling in my stomach - the reality that Jen passed. People have responded to our story with incredible kindness and Jen's legacy is growing into something beautiful, something that is inspiring people all over the world to embrace life.
These are two of the biggest reasons why today I am not a complete mess.
This is especially likely to happen in areas of the body subject to heat buildup, and thus the site of more sweat glands: your underarms, groin, buttocks, and the area under your breasts, particularly if you’re large-breasted.
But for some, the problem appears in a new, and potentially even more embarrassing area: Your breasts. is an acne-related skin condition that can manifest as chronic infections (boils) or abscesses around and on the breast - particularly in the crease underneath.And to all of her fans and friends out there, please keep Sheryl in your thoughts and prayers yet know that I have never known a stronger woman in my life.” Early this month, Crow, 43, and Lance Armstrong, 34, announced their split after two years of dating and an engagement that lasted a little over five months.Armstrong, a testicular cancer survivor, has raised money for cancer research through his Lance Armstrong Foundation.Far too many women suffer from chronic breast boils and/or abscesses, and find them so embarrassing that they try to treat this painful condition without seeking medical help.While you can self-treat the occasional "pimple" around or under your breast, severe and chronic infections demand a doctor’s care.