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#Goals A Guide for Living Jun 15
Eight years ago today, I started for . Here is to weathering life's rainstorms! Let's all raise a glass tonight and clink together in hopes of a cure!!!
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Breastcancer.org Jun 17
To the men who stand by our side through treatment, make sure the kids are fed, or even experience a diagnosis themselves -- Happy !
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YoungerBreastCancer Jun 18
Are you part of a local UK/Ireland support group? If so, tweet us some info & we’ll retweet it for you.We can’t actively endorse any of the groups as we probably won’t have been to them ourselves! We can let people know that your support groups exist though.Thanks.
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MyBCTeam Jun 17
Just because you can’t see my pain and struggles with doesn’t mean they're not real! Connect with women who truly understand on MyBCTeam:
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Dr. Amy Kirkham Jun 20
Finished a huge task this week: analysis of 175 cardiac MRI scans of women w prior to treatment to test the hypothesis that cancer affects the heart even prior to receipt of treatment. Will have important implications for screening, treatment & monitoring.
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Breast Advocate Jun 16
"This is a hard fight. The start, middle and the end. I’m slowly learning that I’ll find a new ‘normal’ and well that, is simply fine too."
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Brst Cncr Cn Stk It! Jun 19
Let’s show some big ❤️ to the top 3 fundraising individuals this week! Way to go!🥁Thanks for kicking butt & helping to STICK IT to !! You all rock! 🤘🏻1st place: JC Clifford - $1,025 2nd Place: Max Togie - $500 3rd Place: Kathleen Steahle - $405
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beBRCAware Jun 18
This tweet is for all the men who are currently living with . It's important to recognize that this disease can impact both men and women.
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Move Against Cancer Africa 15m
This is one of the greatest fighter of all time, she keeps fighting and winning. Keep on surviving and thriving Liza 👍🏿
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Amy Byer Shainman Jun 20
The frustrating history of the science of breast-cancer treatment shows we’ve been here before: via
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Holly Cain Jun 20
This wk’s race will always be difficult memory. 3 yrs ago before leaving for race, I felt something and made doc appt for after race. Spent whole time in scenic wine country scared. Turned out w good reason. Please get checked early & often.
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Sherene Loi Jun 16
Just published! Somatic Driver Alterations in Hormone Receptor–Positive, HER2-Negative Breast Cancer
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Roll Tide Chicago Jun 20
Quick update. 6 days in on new meds and I’m feeling great. Thanks for checking on me. Y’all keep those prayers and thoughts coming because they are working! Have a great day! God bless!
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Jo Jun 20
Well I've done it and here's the proof...my first proper outing in public without my wig on after undergoing treatment 😁 albeit to ! 🤣
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Alexandra Andrews Jun 16
Half way there. Hair is looking thicker too. Almost got bed head - probably wishful thinking !
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Jo Taylor Jun 19
Just had convo with lady who helps in hospital cafe about why I keep my hair short “what you’ll have to have chemo again?” Yes I will in the future at some point as it will return & loose my hair for the 5th time...
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DenseBreast-Info.org Jun 21
Know the personal risk factors for ? Know which factors mildly, moderately or strongly increase risk? GET EDUCATED. Print the Patient Risk Checklist (available in English/Spanish) and discuss with your doctor.
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Miss Green Jun 20
It's the end of 15 continuous days of . It's my last 5 tablets of . I have a 4 free weeks until I see the Oncologist & he decides what's next.All depends on my scan in 2 weeks time.
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Isabella Dash Jun 19
Sounds like ⬆️ combined breast cancer and menopausal/gynae clinics required across UK to help patients with & compliance. Perth, WA had a great 'managing menopausal symproms' mdt.
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