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I didn't think that at 33, I'd be diagnosed with breast cancer. On vacation, I found a lump in my right breast. When I came home, I saw the doctor and he said it was large and suspicious. An ultrasound was done. Then I was left alone in the room for 30 minutes…

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Mammograms reduce breast cancer deaths by an average of 15%. Recommendations against routine mammograms for women aged 40-49 were issued by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. Tell state insurance regulators not to allow this!

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Toxins Aren't Pretty: Demand Safe Cosmetics

One-third of cosmetic products contain chemicals linked to cancer, and cosmetics are among the least-regulated products on the market. The Safe Cosmetics Act will give the FDA authority to ensure that personal care products are free of harmful ingredients.

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This filmmaker wanted honor the strength of mothers everywhere, and the film he created does it perfectly. See the video, and take a moment to remember everything our mothers do for us!

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At the Breast Cancer Research Symposium and Awards luncheon on Thursday Oct. 9, 2014, Barbara Walters, the 85-year-old broadcaster and former host of "The View," shared her story of having had a lumpectomy.

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This awesome Zumba routine was created by Anaïs Kassardjian and Maya Chammas. They collaborated with a local Montreal non-profit called Move For A Cure, an organization that raises funds for charitable causes through fitness-based events. They’re dedicating this fitness routine to all breast cancer patients and survivors! As they said, “Watch it, dance it, rock...

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A study published in the journal Breast Cancer Research revealed that Angelina Jolie sharing her story of testing positive for the BRCA1 gene and undergoing a double mastectomy greatly affected the number of women getting genetic testing to check for breast cancer in 2012 and 2013.


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