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Skin Reaction

I had been to the doctor in April and all was well. In September, I was cutting the grass and cut over a fire ant hill. I was bitten by four ants and developed a skin reaction on the right side of my body, as well as a fibroid cyst in my left breast. When the skin resumed to normal and the "cyst" did not, I knew…

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Pink Courage

After having my yearly mammogram, I stopped in for a few groceries. Halfway through the store, the nurse called me. I hurried to my doctor's office and he told me that I had breast cancer! I was so calm, I felt outside my body. But then, I looked up and saw my son with his arms extended...

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Pink Ribbon Flights of Hope

Flights of Hope

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the hard truth is that many cancer patients in need of aggressive, life-saving treatments are unable to access essential care nearby. That's where Pink Ribbon Flights of Hope comes in. They help provide these women with life-saving flights to treatment.

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Mammograms For African Women

In Sierra Leone, breast cancer is the leading cause of death among women. A lack of understanding about the disease causes many women to delay seeking treatment until stage 3 or stage 4. Develop Africa provides much needed education about risk factors associated with the disease and the importance of early detection.

This Gift That Gives More™ supports Develop Africa's mission by covering the cost of essential breast cancer educational materials and funding mammograms.

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