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A blessing in disguise: in 2010, my mother called me and said she had breast cancer. At the time I lived in Nashville, so I prayed about it and God led me back to Kentucky. Three months later I had a blood clot in my leg. My doctor said something was wrong and ran some tests…

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UKBreastCancerInfo1Save a Life! Make Sure Your Loved Ones Know This Important Info!

How can we be ‘breast aware’ to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages? This informative video outlines some of the symptoms, signs, and types of breast cancer which everyone should be familiar with! Share this video with someone you love and don’t forget your monthly self-exam!

NorwichFlashMob1Awesome! I Love The Way This Flash Mob Raises Awareness for Breast Cancer!

Every survivor and supporter knows the importance of regular self-exams to detect breast cancer early. Recently, Norfolk Zumba instructors Rachel Evans and Sarah Chow organized a flash mob intended to raise awareness of breast cancer and the importance of a monthly self-exam. Thanks for getting this critical message out, ladies!

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Joan Lunden of Good Morning America recently graced the cover of People Magazine. She shed her wig to show that cancer hasn’t taken her beauty or her charm. Lovely! Check out the video below for highlights from her interview with People where she details her fight against breast cancer!

Angela’s Corner: Two years…

My mastectomies were in October of 2012.  That means that I am now two years out from my mastectomy surgery come this Saturday, and the big news of invasive cancer.  I often sit back and reflect about my last two years.  To be honest, I don’t think I would change a thing. It feels odd...

A new study found that women who underwent mastectomies experienced low complication rates.Complication Rates Low with Mastectomy

A new study found that breast cancer patients who undergo a mastectomy and reconstructive surgery experience low complication rates.


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