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Choosing To Fight
My family history of breast cancer was long. I've lost my mother, and several members of my father's family have fought this battle. So, after more than 6 years of mammos, ultrasounds, MRI's, biopsies and lumpectomies, including an MRI the day before my wedding, I decided I'd had enough…
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Speak Out for Men with Breast Cancer
Male breast cancer, although less common, is no different than female breast cancer in terms of prognosis, treatment, and the emotional effects. There is no scientific basis in refusing a man coverage simply because he is a man — yet some insurance companies are.
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When a negative experience at a wig shop left Tina Herold feeling down, she chose to take that bad moment and turn it into something great.
Tessa Ray has had a life filled with ups and downs. Her life has been touched by abuse, drug addictions, suicide, divorce, and physical illness -- and she has been fighting metastatic breast cancer for years. She decided to tell her story in her book "Hidden Scars: Tattoos On The Soul."
After watching this video (posted to Facebook by Austin Ferguson), you’ll see more than just two talented soldiers enjoying themselves; you’ll be wondering why you haven’t heard them on the radio yet! Watch them perform in the following video but be warned: you may get chills! Post by Austin Ferguson.
If you have a dog, you know that he can have a lot to say sometimes -- and that he isn't afraid to say it! And just because your best bud doesn't speak English doesn't mean you two can't have a chat. Right?
A major concern for women going through a breast cancer diagnosis is the likelihood of it coming back. Dr. Jay Harness discusses the odds in the following video.