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A Mom With Stage IV Breast Cancer

Ann is the single mother of two children; her son has cerebral palsy. When she was diagnosed with cancer, Ann didn't even have health insurance — but she's been a fighter from day one.

Magazines: We Want the Truth!

We need magazines to join the fight in helping girls reach their fullest potential — no matter what they look like. Ask women's magazines to ditch the deceit and get real!

A Young Afghan Student

Buses Needed!

Since 2010, the Safe Ride to School program has provided safe passage to girls attending Mirwais Mena School in Afghanistan — thanks to Pulitzer Prize winner Dexter Filkins and an Afghan colleague, who raised money to purchase the bus. Now the bus is breaking down. However, two buses are available for purchase if we can raise the funds.

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Esther’s cat Buddy is part of her family. She would feed him when he was a stray cat in her neighborhood, and she eventually coaxed him into the house, where he’s remained ever since. She saved his life, and he has since returned the favor. Esther kept putting off her mammogram, thinking she was low...

Elderly women may benefit from having a mammogram to detect breast cancer.Older Women May Benefit From Mammograms

A new study by the Swedish Cancer Institute found that women age 75 and older may benefit from having an annual mammogram

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Despite what many may think, men can develop breast cancer, although the instances are rare.

bodypainting1This Artwork Is Jaw-Dropping. What A Fantastic Way To Celebrate Your Body!

Artist Lisa Scholder does something extraordinary with her artwork – she turns breast cancer survivors’ bodies into gorgeous, colorful canvases. “Women generally have body image issues already,” Lisa says. “For breast cancer survivors, it’s triple-fold. Their bodies have gone through so much trauma, and just their awareness of themselves is kind of dissipated.” However, if they...

grandmadancing1You Won’t Believe How Awesome This Grandma Is At Breaking It Down!

This 66-year-old survivor has battled breast cancer four different times. In the following video, she proves she stills knows how to get down — and her grandson’s embarrassment is priceless! Take a look at her dance moves in this fun video! BCS_Blog_C1_Responsive

Change The Way We Fight Cancer
Genetic changes that drive tumors are highly variable, and a one-size-fits-all approach is clearly not effective. Instead of broad-brush therapies that destroy both cancerous and healthy cells, research is now focused on the unique and complex nature of each individual cancer. Already, information gleaned through genome sequencing is helping doctors reclassify tumors based on their genetic makeup, rather than their location in the body. Dr. Arul Chinnaiyan and his research team at the University of Michigan are at the forefront of this groundbreaking research. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ go directly to the advancement of this unique and innovative research in the battle against cancer.

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