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Know Your Body

After a rigorous upper body workout, my arms and chest were very sore, and I felt a hard spot. The next week, the mammogram and ultrasound were normal. The tech, radiologist, and gyno all said it was a fibroid cyst, and to come back in six months. I said, "Please recommend a surgeon for a biopsy."

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Tammy

Facing My Death

In November of 2012, in the midst of a brutal divorce. I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I went through three surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation. This has been the most challenging two years of my life, I have felt the most heart-wrenching lows, but I have ironically also had moments that were pure joy...

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Help Patients

Many rural and urban cancer patients have very limited resources, and money for transportation is often beyond their budget. This results in missed appointments, disease progression, and premature death. The Louisiana Cancer Prevention and Control Program seeks to provide transportation for patients.

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In the developing world, cancer kills more people than malaria, AIDS/HIV, and tuberculosis combined. Cervical cancer is a leading cause of cancer related deaths among women in the developing world. The majority of women living in impoverished countries do not have access to life saving radiation treatment. Thankfully, a group of radiation oncologists from the United States have come together, treating and even curing women of cervical cancer in Senegal.

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