Celebrity Star Survivors Who Are Giving Back By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Instagram Twitter InStyle's mantra is "Everybody's in," and that means anyone who finds their way to our stories should find themselves reflected in them. We prioritize bringing the right writer to every story and sometimes collaborate as a team to ensure we're including points of view across race, gender expression, body size, skin and hair type, and more. Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. For more about our team, click here. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on October 18, 2011 @ 06:00PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: AP Photo/Evan Agostini Star Survivors Who Are Giving Back 01 of 04 Christina Applegate AP Images In 2008, after receiving her breast cancer diagnosis, Applegate created Right Action for Women (RAW), a foundation specifically to educate women about what it means to be at "high risk" and encourage them to talk to their doctors about appropriate screening. This month she partners with Tiny Prints to create a limited edition collection of greeting cards and thank you notes with a portion of the proceeds going to RAW. 02 of 04 Olivia Newton-John D. Long/Globe Photos/ZUMApress.com The Aussie actress and survivor created The Liv ($19.95 at liv.com), a heart-shaped medical device that women can use every month to perform their self breast exam. She says, ?My wish is that all women age 20 and above perform monthly breast self-examinations.? 03 of 04 Sheryl Crow Mike Coppola/WireImage After beating breast cancer, the pop superstar teamed up with Chef Chuck White to write If It Makes You Healthy: More Than 100 Delicious Recipes Inspired by the Season ($17 at amazon.com). The duo met while Crow was battling the disease, which for her was a wake-up call to eat better. The book focuses on cooking foods that are seasonal, locally grown and vitamin-rich. 04 of 04 Cynthia Nixon AP Photo/Evan Agostini While the daunting topic breast cancer was tackled on the show ?Sex and The City? with humor, Nixon suffered from and beat the disease in real life. She is now an official spokeswoman for Susan G. Komen for the Cure.