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Dr. Meadow Maze Good, DO, FACOG Jun 18
I rang the bell with a little help from my children! So glad this chapter in my cancer treatment is over!!! No more chemo. Moving on...resting up for surgery.
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Marquis Jefferson Jun 13
Today, my mom rung the bell for the last chemo treatment! She has been a fighter through all of it. I'm so proud of her! Surgery and radiation are up next and this journey will be over.
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CDC Cancer Jun 14
risk doesn’t just come from your mom’s side of the family. Talking to your dad about his family history of cancer will give you a better idea of your risk. Here’s how you can start the convo:
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✨Willie✨ Jun 13
Two years ago today, one week after my first chemo, my husband shaved my hair for me. Honestly, I loved being bald. I felt liberated and empowered. I had a story to tell, and wanted to tell it. My story is still a work in progress. To be continued...
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CDC Cancer 48s
For Amy—a nurse practitioner, daughter, and mother of two—conversations with her dad and his sisters about their family history of helped her learn more about her own risk. Discover the steps she took and why.
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Breast Advocate Jun 15
Women with the densest breasts are five to six times more likely to develop than women with the lowest breast density.
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Runcie C.W. Chidebe Jun 14
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NCI Cancer Stats Jun 10
Check out our new fact sheet on to learn about the four main female breast subtypes:
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FARE 13h
How increases risk: what women need to know.
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Jo ❤🐾🐾❤ Jun 18
Just throwing this out there, my tweets about my journey and associated treatment/symptoms is based on MY journey. Its not a competition of who has had it worse, who's is more treatable/untreatable etc. Cancer is a b*****d full stop. Support one another 👍
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Jennifer Testerman 14h
Shaved my hair. Round 2 chemo tomorrow. Let's go!
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Breast Advocate 18h
Julia Louis-Dreyfus shares how she experienced 'true fear' after diagnosis.
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Jillian Barberie Jun 10
Just got my radiation schedule and I start a week from today!! Every day for 6 weeks. I’ll be done end of July and looking forward to a new beginning!!!!! Can’t wait to put this journey behind me.
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Paul Thiruchelvam 17h
MRI vs mammo for in women with familial risk (FaMRIsc): a multicentre, RCT . High risk pts (>20%), BRCA1/2/tp53 wild type. n=1355, MRI+mammo vs mammo detected more, smaller breast cancers (40 vs 15) & 9mm vs 17mm respectively
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anna stansfeld Jun 17
Prof Stephen Johnston from RMH unpicking the TAILORx data - can we avoid giving chemotherapy to some young women? Important to consider clinical risk factors (grade & size) as well as genomic test scores.
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tickoffbreastcancer 2h
Thanks for all the new follows. So, what is all about? 1. Practical advice from people who’ve been there 2. Links to helpful resources 3. Expert guest blogs 4. Personal stories from people with/after Support for patients, friends & family.
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Breast Advocate Jun 17
The 19 Things I Always Recommend to Someone Having Surgery
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Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer 23h
Listening to music may reduce pain, fatigue & ease symptoms of difficulty concentrating, research in Taiwan. patients listened to 30 minutes of music 5 x a week had “noticeably” reduced side effects of cancer and its treatment over 24 weeks.
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Karen Wiehl Jun 13
First Chemo down, 7 to go! Home resting with my guys now ❤️
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Dr. Chauran 10h
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