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Cancer Charity Foundation 15m
Don’t let this cold weather interfere with your exercise routine. According to the American Cancer Society, engaging in regular exercise is good for you for many reasons, and one of them is to lower your risk of getting
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JJ 3h
This morning I’m struggling to understand why they want to take new biopsies when I was already scheduled for a lumpectomy/sentinel lymph node removal. I’m happy they’re being thorough but really worried what the implications might be 😟
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Being Dense 15h
Potential new research finding "Ghajar’s finding, if it holds true, could reduce the number of early stagers who go on to become metastatic, effectively snipping off breast cancer’s long tail".....
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margaret 5h
Sciinov invites all the participants from all over the world to attend "Global Conference on Breast Cancer Research" going to be held in Paris, France during 02-04 September, 2019.More details about the conference:
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Samantha Hemsley 1h
got me thinking about my shoot with Ana 5 years ago, a young warrior who just returned from Lesvos refugee camp at NGO Rowing together. She carried 32 kilos of medicine and sent 82.5 kilos of medicine . Proud to know you Ana! x
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Rachel Sara Bayliss 2h
Replying to @ducksinrow
It’s completely understandable that you’re concerned but they’re getting the best plan in place for you. Fingers crossed you’re not waiting too long.
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Glock Foundation 9h
Come to our 2nd bimonthly Clinical Trial Group Feb 8, 6-7:30 pm to promote breast cancer clinical trial participation. Gifts, snacks & wine provided after a session of Yoga. Help empower our message by attending our meeting. RSVP: cglock@glockfoundation.org
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åsh 4h
Hey , can you maybe fix it so that sponsored ads with words like "tombstone" and "game over" don't appear when I'm searching for shirts about fighting breast cancer 😟
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Liz Johnson 12h
Personalized medicine still has a long way to go for breast cancer, as I recently learned.
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Encore Medical Education 18h
Learning from continues near you! Register now @ 4 San Francisco Official Highlights program, . Check the agenda and distinguished faculty that will participate, chaired by & organized by ANCO
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Susan G. Komen Advocacy Jan 17
If the proposed changes to Medicare Part D are enforced, patients fighting could lose coverage of their drugs. Komen has joined and more than 50 advocacy groups to launch an ad campaign asking to stop the regulations:
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Inspire And Motivate 2h
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BreastCancerSum2019 2h
Participate share The type of is set by the within the that area unit affected. Most area unit . & of involved init .
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Breakthrough Fitness 13h
Re-living the emotions portrayed by Jen in That first diagnosis still sends shivers through me
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kim Jan 18
My last round with the "worst types" of my chemo is over. Let's get bubblely!
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CancerCareMBFdn 19h
Regular exercise can reduce your risk of and may reduce your risk of . It can also: reduce stress increase energy levels improve your outlook on life Stay active by taking a walk or the stairs, spend less time watching TV. .
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Jo Jan 20
Been feeling irritated the past 48hrs n woke up this morning feeling very angry. Im guessing its hearing of the passing of the lady I knew on Friday. The fear of recurrence has well and truely been slapped in front of my face again. Not sure how to deal with it? 🤔
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Debbie Miles Jan 19
6 hours down 2 to go 120 miles covered # Cancer thanks for the support
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Breast Cancer Guide 5h
Signs of : a lump in the breast, a change in breast shape, dimpling of the skin...
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Susan G. Komen Jan 20
Were you diagnosed w/ or have a family/friend that was? We're here for you. The Komen Helpline provides free, professional support services to anyone w/ BC questions or concerns, including survivors & their families. Call 1-877-GO KOMEN or 1-877-465-6636.
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