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A New Way Of Life

At three months pregnant I notices a small, pea sized lump. Ten months later I stopped breastfeeding and trouble started. The lump started growing and the rollercoaster ride took off...

I'm the Bravest Girl I Know

Two months after my wedding, I felt a lump in my right breast. It felt like a muscle that had grown, so because I'd been working out a lot before my wedding, I initially thought nothing of it...

Jennifer's Story

In November of 2011, my doctor called to tell me I had an abnormal mammogram. The phone call startled me, but I wasn't worried. I felt great and was healthy as a horse.

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Angela’s Corner: My Art Therapy

Throughout my life, I have found arts and crafts to be enjoyable.  Drawing simple doodles or quick sketches tends to be an outlet for me.  Even painting little pictures for my daughter and nieces has been a pleasure.  Am I good at what I do?  That really depends on who you ask.  If you are...

mothersondance1I Couldn’t Stop Smiling After I Saw This Video! This Mother-Son Dance Is Epic!

The customary mother-son dance got a little unconventional at this exciting reception. See how the guests react!

cloud4cancer1This Girl Is AMAZING! She’s Changing The Way Breast Cancer Is Diagnosed — And She’s Only 19!

Brittany is only 19 years old — and the founder of Cloud4Cancer, a program that helps improve cancer diagnostics and treatment. It’s success rate? A jaw-dropping 99.1%, and climbing. When Brittany was in tenth grade, her cousin was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had spent years cultivating her passion for coding and researching artificial intelligence,...

biopsyanimation1I Didn’t Know The Different Types Of Biopsies Before Now. This Animation Is So Helpful!

A biopsy is a procedure where cells are removed from a suspicious area (like a lump in your breast) to see if they are cancerous. There are three types of biopsy: fine needle aspiration (FNA or FNABx), core needle biopsy, and surgical biopsy. The following video animation guides you through the three different types, and...

A new drug is being tested for the treatment of breast cancer.Pfizer Expands Access to New Breast Cancer Drug

Drugmaker Pfizer announced Aug. 21 that it is starting a new open-label expanded access program in the U.S. for its new medication called palbociclib.


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