Following her success at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show , Ruth Willmott returns this year with a special garden created for Breast Cancer Now.
Breast cancer survivors are encouraged to garden with gloves to avoid any lymphedema risks. (iStock). By Susan Berger. July 6, at
The Hope in Bloom nonprofit is one woman's way of honoring her late best friend and spreading joy to others with breast cancer.
Drawing inspiration from breast cancer researchers examining cells through microscopes in the lab, The Breast Cancer Now Garden: Through.
The gardening intervention led to improvements in physical activity measures and other health outcomes in breast cancer survivors.