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Fire Ants

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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Isabel's Story

I'm a 37-year-old single mom. I got divorced when my baby was only 2 weeks old. She is 9 now. I was diagnosed with DCIS in 2011. We caught it early, so I decided on a lumpectomy and radiation. I went for check-ups every 6 months and last year in April, they found new calcifications...

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Younger women diagnosed with breast cancer have unique needs compared to older women, but there are not many resources available for them. SurviveDAT is a support program for young women with breast cancer, their families, and caregivers. Support groups have been shown to help reduce stress.

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Support Vital Breast Cancer Research

Breast cancer can adversely affect women's bones, and cancer treatment in particular can take a toll. These women develop signs of osteoporosis which includes bone loss and bone pain. Dr. Catherine Van Poznak, from the University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center, is studying ways to diagnose, treat, and prevent bone loss and discomfort among women diagnosed with breast cancer. She is also studying ways to identify breast cancers that are more likely to spread to the bone.

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