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Blueberry RPh Jul 31
I am knocking on your kind hearts to extend any help that you can give to make all these possible and give my mom a chance to live another span of a healthy life. Acct. Name: Rommel John Reyes BDO: 003910248335 BPI: 4919233414 GCASH: 09171839297
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Dr Paul Kasenene 14m
Pumpkin seeds contain phyestrogens that help block the impact of estrogen on the breast. Studies have linked pumpkin seeds with less . Ladies should have more of these in their diet.
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Emma 〓〓 Jul 30
Whoop! It’s a green light for surgery! Within the next 6 weeks I will have my lumpectomy! I’m really pleased and can’t wait to get it done.
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Juliette 💖 Jul 28
The lovely has kindly donated a signed copy of The Minute I Saw You to help promote the fantastic work carry out to help those with . Hannah & Sonny’s story hits bookshop shelves on Thu 6 Aug. Follow us all & RT to WIN. closes 9/8
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J. Florence Jul 29
This is what stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer looks like .. FEARLESS & bald lol 😭
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Kasey Aitken, LSW Aug 4
Final chemo session is complete! Now I get a few weeks off and move on to radiation.
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Plain Speaker Aug 4
I'm 61, on Oestrogen blockers post Breast Cancer. Got the sack today as I was frightened to return to work. I should have been home anyway getting my pension. High risk over 60 - too young to retire. . .
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Karen Chapman Aug 4
Didn’t realise how emotional this would be but there were tears and cheering. No more chemo one charpter of the journey finished
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Liz O'Riordan 💋🦔🇪🇺 Jul 31
I've been so grateful that I wasn't diagnosed with during Covid and that I had every treatment I needed on time. However my last 2 Zometa infusions to strengthen my bones have been cancelled because of the infection risk. Not sure how I feel TBH
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Male Breast Cancer Jul 31
Study finds that male breast cancer patients may benefit from chemotherapy
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Tori Geib Jul 30
that stays in the breast is nearly 100% survivable; however when it metastisizes - 70-80% of patients will die within 5 years - and we can’t let that continue to happen. We need more and better research without disruption
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👙Bikinis For The Cure Jul 28
Knowing all your family's history with is very important! 50% percent of your genes come from your father, so it makes sense that if his mother & grandmother had , you may be at a greater risk!
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Aug 4
Researchers Unravel Four-Stranded ’s Role in . Learn more:
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harveyburgess 10m
, DEFEATED, WON'T EVER BE REPEATED. Let's get the job done ... UK RT
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Male Breast Cancer Aug 1
We will be holding our annual MBCC Conference virtually this year. Please join us August 7 & 8 for a fabulous line up of speakers.
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Mackenzie Glaros Jul 30
Have you had a risk-reducing mastectomy due to a genetic predisposition to cancer? Please consider taking my survey to help improve previvors sexual health!
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Merit Medical Jul 31
We're proud our products help to provide better care. See why the SCOUT® Radar Localization System was recognized as a 2020 MedTech Breakthrough Award winner for “Best Clinical Efficiency Solution." Read the press release:
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Dr Fiona Tsang-Wright Aug 4
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Canada’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre Jul 30
In a new study, Dr. Sharon Gorski's lab revealed that 3 key autophagy proteins—ATG4B, LC3B & GABARAP—may be useful together to determine prognosis for patients. Read our news story here:
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Maria M. Cornelius Jul 27
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