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Never Too Young

During a routine self breast exam in April 2014, I felt something different. I never noticed that hard spot before. I tried to ignore it but after a few days it was still there. My mom is a survivor and always stressed the importance of early detection. But I was only 26. I was about to change jobs…

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Keeping Baby

In my early 40s, I found a lump in my breast. I went to my doctor and she sent me for my first ever mammogram. A few days later, I found out I was pregnant, even though I had been told I could never have kids! My doctors thought that it would best to abort the baby so I could get the best care possible...

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Mayo Clinic Breast Cancer Research

Once fully funded, interest earned from the endowed fund for breast cancer research will be used to pay the salary of a breast cancer researcher at Mayo Clinic. Contributions to the fund are matched by Mayo Clinic up to $250,000.

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Protect Girls From Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is the second most common form of cancer among women, with nearly half a million new cases diagnosed annually. While routine screenings have greatly reduced mortality rates among women in the United States, cervical cancer is still a common and deadly disease in many developing nations where regular screenings aren't a reality. Over 270,000 people die from cervical cancer every year and more than 80% of those deaths occur in developing countries.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ protect three girls from cervical cancer with immunizations through Partners in Health. Thank you!

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