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Cha-Cha's Journey

At the age of 35, my sister passed away from breast cancer and left her four boys, the youngest just a few months old. She was my only sister and my hero. My mother promised her that she would keep all of her boys. Four years later my mother had a seizure and was rushed to the hospital...

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What's In This Girl's Urine?

There has been a lot of debate recently over the effects of eating organic food. Is it really all that much better for you? Why is it so expensive? Should I even bother? Learn more!

Two-Time Survivor

In September of 2001, I went for a routine pap smear and was told I had a lump in my breast. I asked if I should be concerned and was told, "It's probably just a cyst, come back in six months." In October, I went for a breast ultrasound. I was told the same thing. In February 2002, my left armpit began to ache…

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Mammograms for Women in Need

Mammograms are one of the best methods to catch breast cancer before it's too late. In fact, if the disease is caught early enough, the five-year survival rate is 96%. But many women in the United States lack health insurance that covers the full cost of mammograms, and cannot afford to pay for them out-of-pocket.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help fund free mammograms for low-income, uninsured, and working women. Thank you!

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