Feel For Your Life

An App to Empower Breast Health Advocacy

Jessica Baladad, the founder of Feel For Your Life, knows all too well that personal stories carry a lot of weight when it comes to breast health advocacy. A five-year cancer survivor turned breast health advocate, she works to transform her experience with breast cancer into a beacon of hope and empowerment for women worldwide.

Jessica’s journey to advocacy began with a devastating oversight—a malignant lump dismissed as “normal” and not disclosed during a clinical exam by her practitioner. She discovered the lump herself during a self-breast exam two weeks later and was subsequently diagnosed with Stage 2B invasive ductal carcinoma. For treatment, she underwent 16 rounds of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy, 24 rounds of radiation, a hysterectomy, and a 10-hour flap reconstruction.

Jessica’s journey to advocacy began with a devastating oversight—a malignant lump dismissed as “normal” and not disclosed during a clinical exam by her practitioner.

Jessica’s experiences made her realize that women needed better breast health advocacy worldwide, so she founded Feel For Your Life. Her company is not just another advocacy platform; Feel For Your Life is a lifeline for those navigating the complexities of breast health. Inspired by her own misdiagnosis, Jessica has made it her mission to equip women with the knowledge and tools they need to advocate for themselves effectively.

As a free app, Feel For Your Life is a revolutionary resource that puts breast health directly in your hands. With tens of thousands of users globally, the app serves as a comprehensive guide to self-exams. It allows users to track changes in their breasts and set reminders for regular screenings. Beyond self-care, it offers invaluable insights into screenings, genetic testing, and risk-reducing measures against breast cancer.

As a free app, Feel For Your Life is a revolutionary resource that puts breast health directly in your hands.

The Feel For Your Life app also boasts a powerful AI feature. For example, someone can type “I just found out I have breast cancer. What are my next steps?” The app will offer recommendations on next steps, as well as questions to ask a doctor. Best of all, the AI can explain pathology reports in simple language.

The Feel For Your Life app also boasts a powerful AI feature.

The Feel For Your Life platform is here to support breast health and empower breast cancer patients to have a voice in their care. To learn more about Feel For Your Life, visit feelforyourlife.com or follow them on Instagram.