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"My breast cancer story began in 2003. I was married, had 3 children, was in my 30s. My life was blessed (and 'normal')..."

Ellen's recent guest will amaze you! Sara Sakowitz is not your average college freshman — she's seeking a cure for breast cancer.

In October, I came home from work and got my boxers ready for their walk. I had my big male with me when he lunged for a squirrel, and I felt and heard a pop come from my chest area. Pain was instant and I assumed I had sprained my pectoral, or ripped the muscle…

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rockiscars1Curious What Mastectomy Scars May Look Like A Year After Surgery? Rocki Shares Hers.

Rocki is a breast cancer survivor. In August 2012, she opted for a double mastectomy without reconstruction. She made this video a year later, and has shared it with viewers so that they have an idea what mastectomy scars may look like.

Spiderdog2This Giant Spider Dog Prank Cracked Me Up! And That Last Guy’s Reaction? Priceless!

With the help of his graciously obliging dog and a giant spider costume, Polish actor SA Wardega pulled off one of the most hilarious pranks ever! Watch as he unleashes Chica, the terrifyingly adorable spider-dog, on some unsuspecting victims!

Study on Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy Shows Slight BenefitStudy on Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy Shows Slight Benefit

Patients with cancer in one breast are increasingly choosing to to have a contralateral prophylactic mastectomy (CPM) to remove the risk of the cancer appearing in the healthy breast.

Angela’s Corner: The Power of Pink

As October comes to a close, I would like to reflect on the power of pink.  October is traditionally known as Breast Cancer Awareness month.  However, did you know that the month of October is also National Down Syndrome Awareness month?  How about SIDS Awareness month or that the first full week of October is...

Genetic testing is a way to learn if a patient is predisposed to having cancer.Learn About Your Cancer Risk Through Genetic Testing

According to the New York Daily News, genetic testing isn't just for millionaires anymore.


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Breast cancer remains the number one form of cancer women are diagnosed with around the world, but a lack of early detection and comprehensive treatment options is putting the women of Rwanda at even higher risk of dying from this terrible disease. Breast cancer cases in women living in this impoverished country have increased by more than 50% in the last three years alone. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ directly support the PIH program that provides training materials for community health workers, nurses, and physicians, and helps fund educational and support groups for breast cancer patients, as well as the purchase of mastectomy bras for survivors. Thank you!

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