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Carolbiskner #courageouscarol💛 58m
My fighting lunch. Yummy onion, garlic, riced cauliflower and sweet potato with tumeric and black pepper. Cooked in olive oil. Will be a
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Angeles Functional Oncology 24h
Meet Sheila our 62-year old-patient from Virginia, she was diagnosed with DCIS breast cancer after a bad experience back at home, she came to our clinic. At the end of her treatment, she shares: “I’m going home thankful for a great outlook and future”.
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Angeles Functional Oncology 23h
Teresa came to our after she was diagnosed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer and knew she didn’t want chemotherapy. After her treatment, she happily shares: “It’s all worth the money and I remain HOPEFUL of being cancer free very soon”.
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Marjorie Rosenthal 6h
It looks great. As does your smile.
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CanKids...KidsCan Jul 16
Heartiest congratulations from India! 8-year-old Aronyatesh Ganguly from Serampore bagged gold in table tennis at the World Children’s Winner Games in Moscow.
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Anne Peled, M.D. 15h
So struck by these data every time I see them- such a strong reminder of why finding a breast surgeon who thinks about hiding scars and offers is so important.
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Stephen Pop Jul 12
CANCER CANNOT TOUCH YOU IF YOU BELIEVE IN YOURSELF
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RingTheBell999 12h
Special day today! 5 years since being diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer and half way through cancer treatment!
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MHS Girls Athletics Jul 17
Coach Crawford sharing her testimony with the girls to close out
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Beacon Biomedical 5h
The awkward, uncomfortable feelings we struggle with when a friend or loved one has been diagnosed with a life threatening illness is common. These insights will help immensely next time you find yourself in this situation.
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Kimberly Harris Jul 9
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Marie Osmond Jul 15
: Joe Joe was born autistic, is a 2-time and has had 60 surgeries in his 14 years of life, but none of that is a match for his spirit. I love you so much!! 💛 Watch his story on here:
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Jen 5h
Replying to @TMobile
Live through another year. I'm working on it
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HomeESP - Enjoy Life Jul 17
- Caly On The Good – A Homecoming For A Popstar via
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Lesley F. Massey Jul 11
Now I have to thin out my hair! What a difference a year can make!!
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Ashley 🎗 Jul 15
First day back at work after 5 months was a success! Exhausted so it’s nap time.
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Brian McMahon 7h
"You know your getting old when buying the candles cost more than your cake!" Happy Birthday dad, love ya!
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John Wall Jul 11
It's been 2 years since my diagnosis. I'm 48 & living with stage 4. Am doing great. If there are any men out there struggling & want to chat just message me. I'm not a doc but can relay my own experience & hope it helps. Don't be shy!
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Tina 14h
“Art through Cancer”💗 My nieces daughter painted these beautiful watercolor for me, during my treatments.💗🌿🎨
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Brenna🎗🦢 23h
Today I had my 10 year cancer checkup. I am extremely happy to say that I am officially 10 years cancer free. It’s hard to believe it’s already been this long! Thank you to everyone who’s helped me get this far!
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