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NancyB Apr 17
I asked for prayers for Jessie yesterday. She went for a mammogram and they found a 4x4 lump. She goes for an ultrasound on the 29'th. Please join me in praying not only for her, but for all the other victims of . Now we don't know 4 sure that's malignant yet......
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DAM. MAD. About Breast Cancer Apr 18
Do you question whether continuing or starting an routine will be beneficial as you head into treatment? ❓ Studies show exercise helps minimize treatment-related fatigue & supports survivorship. In-home workouts help maintain momentum! 🙌
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MsMedicine 6m
It's Friday! Before you grab a drink to toast the weekend, here’s a friendly reminder that it’s - says women who drink even a little have an increased chance of developing . Moderation & cutting back will lead to better health.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Apr 15
“This was my favorite, best appointment to date.” Triple-negative survivor celebrates the milestone of being cancer-free for five years and visiting MD Anderson’s Survivorship Clinic.
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Mikaela Glover 53m
My cousin is selling shirts to help pay for my aunt's cancer treatment! All proceeds go directly to her medical expenses! She's fighting stage 4 metastatic breast cancer
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Apr 17
“Understanding how tumor cells become resistant [to chemotherapy] will allow us to identify new targets to better treat resistant disease.” Our Dr. Helen Piwnica-Worms shares the findings of a new triple-negative study:
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Parisa Pourzand, M.D. Inc. 1h
Healthy habits are key to preventing certain forms of cancer. In addition to exercising and eating right, you can further reduce your risk of developing breast cancer by: • Limiting alcohol • Breastfeeding • Maintaining a healthy weight
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AndreaWTHR 4h
A year ago today, devastating diagnosis has become greatest gift of life! We are thankful for the journey, new beginnings, & God’s abundant grace! We pray for all who face health or other challenges, believing you will overcome!
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Susan G. Komen 2h
All treatments have some side effects, however, everyone is different. Be prepared and educate yourself about managing the side effects of treatment: Tell us how you managed your side effects and share tips with others who might need them!
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agentgreenglass Apr 15
Last year, just before my birthday, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. A year later, it’s done and dusted. And I am back on my feet, doing all the things I love. There can be no bigger birthday gift no?
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BIDMC Breast Surgery Apr 18
This article speaks to what we train our residents and fellows: the importance of meticulous surgical dissection to ensure minimal residual breast tissue.
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Florida Sheriffs Apr 10
Even stage 3 can't stop this incredible 27-year-old mother of four deputy from fighting for her life and the lives of others. Deputy Courtney Altsatt - you are a true inspiration. 💪🏼💗
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Secondary First Apr 17
Breast cancer blood test could help to spot relapse earlier.
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Alejandra Solis Apr 16
Phew! Scan results this afternoon, so happy to be stable! Thank you Dr M! @ The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
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Clarissa Foster Apr 16
My book, Understanding BRCA, which I've written to help those at high risk of and , among others, is a Finalist of Pls vote for me?! Thanks!
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Komen Utah 4h
Need support or have a question about this terrible disease? Call the Komen Helpline at 1-877-GO KOMEN or 1-877-465-6636. Calls are answered Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. EST (6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. PST)
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Line Pelletier 48m
Diagnosed with Stage 3 invasive duct carcinoma (Breast Cancer). Next battle for me is chemo, surgery and radiation. Please do your breast self exam today, that’s how I found the tumour
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Lori's Avon Boutique 1h
Together, we can help kiss breast cancer goodbye. When you purchase this tote, Avon will donate 10% of the sale price to support Breast Cancer Crusade programs across Canada. Shop my e-store at Thank you for making a difference.
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AJP-Heart and Circ 12m
Chemotherapy acutely impairs neurovascular and hemodynamic responses in women with breast cancer Heart Institute, University of Sao Paulo Medical School
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Trish Lowery 18h
Tomorrow I'll be 6 months out of active treatment. And next week I go in for a CT and Bone Scan for rib pain on my back. Please pray.
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