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Dr Paul Kasenene Aug 6
Pumpkin seeds contain phyestrogens that help block the impact of estrogen on the breast. Studies have linked pumpkin seeds with less . Ladies should have more of these in their diet.
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Samantha Aug 7
A year today since my mastectomy. This time last year I would of been under the knife but right now I’m out on the water. Forever grateful for the outcome I have received 💕
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Seoparjoo Azmel Aug 5
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Healthonics Aug 6
Let us all eat sufficient fruits and vegetables to improve our intake. It will not only strengthen our health but can also reduce the risk of ; says the research published by the American Cancer Society
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Tatiana Prowell, MD Aug 10
We are not training enough doctors in . This is a serious issue, esp in the face of an aging population of drs, attrition from primary care, & projected oncologist shortages. Almost 1/4 of all cancer survivors had .
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Anna Singleton Aug 8
HELP 🙏🏼 Pls take 30s to vote for ‘Wellness after text msg program’ to win $1000 💗 Copy/paste the link to your browser (clicking doesn’t work bc site is glitchy) click vote, sign in, click vote again (vote button will turn green)
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Sam Smith Aug 10
We have 2 research assistant posts (including PhD studentships) available as part of my NIHR Advanced Fellowship. RA in intervention development () and RA in trial management (). Closing: 24th Aug!
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Plain Speaker Aug 4
I'm 61, on Oestrogen blockers post Breast Cancer. Got the sack today as I was frightened to return to work. I should have been home anyway getting my pension. High risk over 60 - too young to retire. . .
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Laura Pearson Aug 6
Four years ago today. Roughly halfway through chemo. Behind those sunglasses, I was pretty scared. Look at my girl’s fingers.
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Harry Frasier Aug 8
'A leading scientist, who has been fighting , says the disease is overwhelmingly linked to animal products' and she singles out .
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Kasey Aitken, LSW Aug 4
Final chemo session is complete! Now I get a few weeks off and move on to radiation.
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『 ❥| 𝑇。』🔞 21m
Love how it came out. So, hopefully by October I'll have these as Charms to sell and every charm sold - a portion goes to charity <3 ^^ Figure I can help another organization while saving for top surgery.
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Karen Chapman Aug 4
Didn’t realise how emotional this would be but there were tears and cheering. No more chemo one charpter of the journey finished
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learnlooklocate 11h
Metastatic Tamara from Kansas Her thoughts The research is lacking for our community. Only 2-5% of funds go towards research for stage IV breast cancer. A lot of people are not aware that once breast cancer has metastasized it is considered incurable.
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Harry Frasier Aug 4
Cows' milk is for baby cows. It's packed full of hormones perfect for growing calves. It's not meant for adult humans. That's why it causes hormonal cancers such as , etc (Harvard University)
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Romualdo Barroso, MD PhD Aug 8
In science, if you’re 100% sure about the result of an experiment you’re going to do, you don’t need to do that experiment. We always need to accept the possibility to be wrong and rethink about the problem to reajust the model.
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Val Armstrong Aug 5
Today I celebrate being cancer free for TEN whole years!
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👙Bikinis For The Cure Aug 4
& being proud of your body is so awesome! Learning more about & your personal risk factors is just part of taking care of it!
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Champion-IS Aug 10
Thank you so much to everyone that donated, we have raised a fantastic £410 for to support them in their brilliant work.
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Kim MaskDonald 20h
A small but significant thing happened to me last week. My oncology check ups went from every six months to once a year. 😊💪
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