Melissa Etheridge, Breast Cancer Champion, Honors Deceased Son By Helping Others Who Are Suffering: ‘You Get Through The Grief To Get to The Healing’

Published Jul 15, 2020

Melissa Etheridge, Breast Cancer Champion, Honors Deceased Son By Helping Others Who Are Suffering: ‘You Get Through The Grief To Get to The Healing’

"My heart is broken," she wrote in May, after her son's death. Now, the Grammy-winning singer and cancer survivor reveals what soothes her grief — and what's next.

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