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Erika T Dec 7
On a positive note my cyst is benign thanks for looking after me
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SamInspired Nov 16
Got my breasts squeezed and prodded today and I wasn’t even on a date. 😞
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Shingle Bells 🎊 Nov 19
my mum found a lump in her breast n there's a 4 hour examination this Thursday n I'm absolutely broken to pieces. hopefully it's nothing. always go to the doctors regularly if in doubt (might delete later) 💔
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Crystal Berry Dec 7
thank you for all you do for women fighting breast cancer. there are so many things that happen to a woman or a man when trying to fight this disease. I myself will no longer smile
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Kathy Nov 30
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Lorna Bell Nov 12
3 years ago today that my gorgeous mum kicked cancers ass!💛 Couldn’t be any more proud of her, this experience does really make you think about your loved ones and how we shouldn’t take them for granted. My mum is my inspiration and more💓🎗
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All Mammographers Dec 9
Spotted in this months edition of thanks to . Great idea to highlight plus I bet they taste delicious!! 😋
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CHS Dragons Vball Nov 28
We had a special guest come pick up our donation to from our 10th annual Pink Nite. Thank you for all your help over the years and we hope our donations have helped make an impact and taught future generations about early detection.
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Claire Nov 12
So my hair is growing and I’ve also been told I don’t have to have any more chemo! Happy days. Just operation and then radiotherapy - I can do this!!
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Josiah Carter Dec 9
Was so lovely spending a few days with my beautiful mum. You can still be beautiful while going through chemo
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Michael D. Strizzi Dec 2
We are developing a low cost, portable handheld unit, MEM’s Breast Scanning system capable of providing early warning of potential cancerous lesions in breast. tissue.
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Askdoc Greater Manchester Nov 20
I in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70 years old, so don’t assume you’re past it!
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Philip Beegle 29m
Even though we’re seeing earlier detection in breast cancer cases due to self-examinations & improved breast evaluations, for now, mammograms are still the best way to screen women for breast cancer:
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Evita Singh MD Dec 4
Breast cancer in women in their 30s go often undetected, tend to be larger, with poorer prognosis. One of the reasons I think self and clinical breast exams still are important.
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WatersEdge Bradenton Dec 10
Check out these organizations and charities helping find a cure, raising awareness, and pushing prevention methods for :
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West Michigan Woman Dec 7
Dr. Barb DePree of shares her knowledge on ways women can lower their chances of getting breast cancer and beat the odds if they are diagnosed.
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N. J. Lindquist Dec 10
Part 4 of my Breast Cancer Journey - the good, the bad, and the crazy. I thought I'd only need radiation and "maybe a pill" but the pathology report and my oncologist showed a different path.
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RealTittyGritty Nov 23
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Rachel Walsh Nov 20
So today! This special woman in my life rang the bell to say the treatment is done and she is well and truly on the mend! Always with a smile on her face and she was glad for gin and tonic tonight 💕💕💕
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goodStuff2knoOf Dec 10
Replying to @NoSyFer @xBalller and 5 others
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