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Meet Lucy And Jack & Friends 1h
2 yrs ago today, I had my lumpectomy and lymph nodes removed. The smile doesn’t show the pain I’m in due to having the guide wires put in or how sad and anxious I was feeling. Ladies and gents please keep checking yourselves
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HealthCentral 16m
Despite the fact that it's on track to be the eighth most common cancer in the US, very few people can rattle off facts about kidney cancer.
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Jade louise Jun 18
Miss my gran every minute, every hour of everyday and it’s not until I stop and think late at night it really effects me. Heartbroken doesn’t quite cut it. I miss my best friend 💔
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Omar Ayesh 8h
The greatest good we can do today is to give back to our communities and invest in our future. I'm honored to support the growth of Jordan's King Hussein Hospital. Very proud of the entire hospital team for their success!
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Renee Lee Greco Jun 17
My friend’s bill for one day of chemotherapy ....
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EnviroEdgeNews 5h
Monsanto is contacting the journalists, activists it tracked on 'watch lists' 600 people on Monsanto 'watch lists' in Germany, France: Bayer
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Darren Russell Jun 18
After hearing about someone I knew losing there life to cancer I ask myself 2019 needs something like cockinasock or something new what do you all think?
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HealthCentral 6h
Whether it be cancer (like Gloria) — or another chronic illness — when someone passes away they take their condition with them, and what’s left is just love. The love they had for you, and the love you had for them. Only love.
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Jon Flynn 8h
The advancements in healthcare are astonishing, is not only a lifesaver but also preventive force in the fight against cancer
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IndianCancerSociety Jun 17
There is no better time to remind ourselves, to look out for our loved one's and our own health! Our body gives us a sign, all we need to do is listen to our bodies. Check out these early signs of cancer!
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Healthy SoT 9h
Tomorrow our lovely volunteers will be at in Trent Vale, 10.30am-12.30pm. They can offer peer-to-peer support on breast, bowel, lung & prostate , advice on screening programmes, how to self-check & symptoms to look for
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Rishi Darda Jun 17
The world of tomorrow is in safe hands since there are many like Shanaya who rush to help the society through their selfless acts of wisdom. Proud of my daughter who happily donated her beautiful tresses to "help didis & bhaiyas who are losing hair due to cancer"
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CancerCare Jun 13
: Testicular cancer is on the rise, but do you know the symptoms? The video is a handy guide of what to look out for:
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BCAN Awareness 8h
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Oncology Convention Jun 18
'Breast cancer taboo 'can cause isolation' for black women'
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Oncology Convention Jun 18
is over, but you should still be aware of the red flags when it comes to checking for cancer..
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Oncology Times 7h
Precision Medicine in : Updates from Dr. Dan Theodorescu of and Dr. Florus C. de Jong & Dr. Tahlita C.M. Zuiverloon of
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CATCH_ITN 16h
Physical activity, sitting time, and risk of myelodysplastic syndromes, acute myeloid leukemia, and other myeloid malignancies.
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CancerSupportGLV Jun 18
Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley will receive a $1 donation for every Bags 4 My Cause Bag sold in June at the GIANT store located at 2641 Macarthur Rd, Whitehall.
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Elizabeth Daniel Jun 14
Inspired by song, "Back to September". Miss you dad, it's almost Father's Day, but for me I'm always stuck in May. Love you always! I also do a lot of awareness as well.
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