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Faith & Hope
"In November 2013, I started having sharp, quick pains in my right breast. The nurses in my family told me that it was probably because I was drinking too much caffeine; that if it were cancer, it would not hurt. After eliminating as much caffeine as I could, the pains were still present..."
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Kids Talk About Dad
Let's look at fatherhood from a kid's point of view. These kids were asked what they think about their dads, and their answers are sure to make you smile! Learn more.
And It's Cancer
Tough words. So many new words. On Nov 5, 2014 at 47 years old I went for my annual mammogram. I was diagnosed with DCIS Stage 1, ER/PR +, HER-. I was engaged to be married June 2015. We have 6 kids between us and 3 grandbabies. My family needed me. I had my career, my marathon training...
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Chemotherapy can cause memory problems. Here are some tips to help you remember things while undergoing treatment.
Up to 50% of women have what is referred to as "dense breast tissue." This tissue shows up as particularly bright white on mammography results, which can make it difficult for technicians and doctors to see cancer forming in the breast tissue.
In the latest installment of 'Dear Kitten', Cat explains the weird rituals humans have during "The Big Game". He tries to warn kitten about the random intervals where everyone shouts, the significance of the costumes they wear, and the strange game they play with their snack foods.
If steps are taken early, women who have a genetic predisposition for breast and ovarian cancers can take concrete steps to preserve their ability to have children.
Aw! This video of a dog and raccoon playing is the greatest thing ever! Don't you just love animal odd couples? I do!