The Lebanese Presidential Palace goes pink!

The Lebanese First Lady Mrs. Wafaa Sleiman hosted the launching ceremony of the 2012 National Breast Cancer Awareness campaign, organized by the Ministry of Public Health in collaboration with Hoffmann-La Continue Reading →

You are not your hair

I was surprised to find my photo on this website. 🙂 The statement is totally true! I kept saying this all the time. Again, it’s crazy how a life-threatening plastic Continue Reading →

How cancer took Roger Ebert’s ability to speak

Video de la semaine

Video de la semaine is a post written by Ali Seiffedine on Seif and his Beiruti adventures. I am still determined to talk about Lebanon and Lebanese women taking active Continue Reading →

Rita Kamel on Oyoun Beirut – April 4, 2011

My take on #TwestivalBeirut 2011

How was the Twestival you ask? A W E S O M E !!!! A zero fault event! Personally, since I joined the Twitter community, I attended Geekfests, Tweetups and Continue Reading →

Splash of pink for the #TwestivalBeirut 2011

As an awesome act of solidarity against breast cancer, tweeps have decided to get a pink avatar and tweet about #twestivalbeirut. We are going to tweet, meet and give in Continue Reading →

Where is your breast?

When I was young, I used to sit on grand-ma’s (that’s what I used to call her) lap to play. I could feel the irregularity on her chest. On one Continue Reading →

Why Do Some Women Shave Their Heads?

I recently found out this website about “Why Do Some Women Shave Their Heads?” where my experience is mentioned with links. Thank you for finding it helpful!

23 myths about breast cancer

What you don’t know CAN hurt you. Misinformation can keep you from recognizing and minimizing your own risk of breast cancer or getting the very best possible care. Arm yourself Continue Reading →