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Mia Spano-Curtiss & Sondra Price Aug 9
Cancer is one of the loneliest places I've ever had to visit. Call your friend with or today. Take 5 minutes out of your day to just ask how they're doing. How their docs are going and how their family is doing.
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Welliesandseaweed Aug 10
I met someone this week, just finishing approx 18 months active treatment, she too has concerns about her heart, pain etc & is weary. My heart went out to her because I know how hard it is to navigate these choppy waters
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Jo Taylor 14h
When someone says is the “better” “easier” cancer they have no idea that there are many subtypes. It’s not just one cancer & so individual for patients. Again it’s why this “pink” issue needs to be addressed as theres a spectrum of disease
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Mia Spano-Curtiss & Sondra Price Aug 5
If you're battling and you're wondering who your real friends are just sit back and take a look around at who supports you. Who doesn't bitch at you while your broken, who doesn't have to tell you their story, those are your people. Embrace them.
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Joana A Park 🎀 Author 7h
Hello these are some pics of me , 3years ago and now. Its been a long of battle. For those of you who know me, know I am fighting with all my strength. I have cancer but cancer doesn't have me. I❤️
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Theresa Curran Aug 9
Second day of for my today. Different t-shirt. Had lovely back, neck & hand message from fab Red Cross volunteer!
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Rohan Khandelwal Aug 8
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Societal Healthcare Aug 12
We are getting ready day by day.
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Jo 16h
Roll on in 17 days! Cannot wait to be on my holiday away from home and work and just relax 😎 Its been hell of a year thanks to diagnosis
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SurvivingBreastCancer.org Aug 11
My first party!! 1. Follow 2. I follow back 3. Like 4. Comment 5. Retweet 6. Copy and Tweet
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Stephen N. Birrell MD PhD Aug 12
From the CEO of our local health service to one of my patients in response to her concern about breast density ..."Screening mammograms are accepted as the most effective way to detect early breast cancer regardless of density" Accepted by whom!!!
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Ana Aug 12
My core training this morning reminds me of my . It sent me tumbling back on my ass, but I got up. I know it's coming for me again, but I'll stand up as many times as I can
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roisin pelan 9h
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Albie Aware Aug 7
Women under 40 with symptoms or high risk family genetics shouldn't be turned away for testing because of their young age. Breast cancer knows no age. We are here to assist and advocate for women of all ages to receive the testing that could save their lives.
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Mary Fernando Aug 10
My friend -who died in less than a year from breast cancer - was a vegetarian from 18, a runner, hiker and yoga enthusiast. So remember, breast cancer sometimes can’t be avoided. It is just the sh*t show of life.
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Brst Cncr Cn Stk It! Aug 9
“Where does the money go?” One of the places that it goes, is to Baylor Sammons Cancer Ctr. In , Tx. Our founder was treated there & from 2014-2018 has donated $75,000 for research & trials! This pic below is from our last check presentation. 💕🤘🏻
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Pink Lotus Power Up Aug 6
Reeling from a wave of emotions? Studies show that patients with social support are less depressed and feel less anxious.
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Societal Healthcare Aug 10
Our Breast Cancer awareness Kit is almost ready.
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Alana’s Caring Cakes Aug 11
Been baking special buns today for a event
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Theresa Curran Aug 8
At my 1st treatment I wanted to give my a message - .You will not beat me!
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