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Walk The Way With Her 3m
5 hours left to get your $15 Probably Benign book signed, wrapped, and sent - and a $20 donation will be made to research next gen screening. Awesome deal. Order here now:
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Megsie Nov 29
Y'all, I'm feeling pretty darn brilliant at the moment. I reviewed the scores from the other scientists assigned to the same research proposals and I matched either one or both for all except three! YASSS!!!
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Sarah 💙 Nov 26
7 years ago my mum beat cancer 💪🏼 💕
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Dr Karen Robb Nov 29
This is my happy face as my breakout rooms are working !
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euronews Nov 25
This new therapy promises to destroy tumours inside the body. It could eliminate the need for painful surgery. w/
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Susan G. Komen Nov 22
Thank you to each and every one of our advocates. You are making this world a better place by using your voice for patients and survivors! Our work would not be possible without YOU.
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Kevin Punie Nov 22
2⃣weeks before virtual 2020 The yearly december trip to Texas 🤠 had became a tradition for many oncology professionals I will miss everything around it, but the virtual program is exciting🤩 👇my top abstract selection
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Susan G. Komen Nov 26
Today we are thankful for all of the researchers, scientists, advocates, and supporters who are working to create a world in which no one loses a loved one to . to you and all of your families! What are you thankful for? Reply and let us know
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Vicki McGrath Nov 28
What a difference a year makes. This time last year, I just received my second dose of AC and thought I would never feel good again. Today I ran a half marathon! Our bodies are amazing!!!
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Leigh Pate Nov 28
SO IMPORTANT the medical community is starting to come on board and say "WE SHOULD DO BETTER FOR PATIENTS with ". Thank you! Let's do it!
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Jennifer Douglas Nov 29
Replying to @RMBreastSurgery
Thank you for posting this. Had a lumpectomy for my DCIS last year. Really happy it was an option. My breast surgeon recommended it for me because of the QOL I could have after the surgery.
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Abhishek Chatterjee MD,MBA,FACS Nov 28
Excited about this study looking at outcomes between the US and Europe
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Icro Meattini Nov 30
Live the Klaus Breur Award Lecture to Prof. Philip Poortmans on "eternal" mammary nodes story Great and well-deserved achievement!
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Andrea Flynn Nov 24
Insurance finally signed off on my breast MRI. It took a call from the surgeon herself to the medical review board at to insist I needed it. Same company paid for my surgery & treatment a year ago. This isn’t how our drs should be spending their time.
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Amanda Roberts Nov 28
During the first wave none of us knew what was coming. Most hospitals stopped scheduled surgery including surgeries. In BC they did it differently. and colleagues actually treated MORE breast ca pts. An interesting read of a different approach.
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OWise Nov 26
For tamoxifen to stop growth, it needs to be processed by our body This can be affected by other substances in our bodies, especially what we eat & drink Find out what you should & shouldn't avoid when taking in our newest blog:
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Rob Humble, MD Nov 23
Working on a project involving triple negative breast cancers with ...wanted to share examples of some of the histologic variants I've come across! 1/
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Sweet Louise Nov 26
Thank you to Josie and the lovely dancing divas of Devonport - everyone taking part in the class donated $5 to Sweet Louise! ❤️💃❤️🙏💃
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withgracebbold Nov 23
It’s okay to feel whatever you’re feeling. ✨
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Icro Meattini Nov 29
Long-term survival update of the DBCG-IMN trial excellent presentation by Lise Thorsen
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