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'Cause I Had To

A little over a year ago I got the devastating news that I had breast cancer. Invasive lobular carcinoma, stage II. Here I was, 41 years old, a single mom, raising two kids all by myself and having to deal with cancer. I was scared and worried about my future, but I couldn't let the kids see the fear in me...

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I Knew Right Away

After skipping my annual mammo for almost 2 years, I knew it was breast cancer after the first result came back abnormal (even though I hadn't felt any lumps). Breast cancer runs in my family so I was not surprised (after additional mammograms, ultrasounds, and a needle biopsy) when I was told…

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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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Helping Hands Fund for Women with Breast Cancer

As new drugs show promise in preventing breast cancer, women who should be taking these medications may be reluctant if costs are too high. This is also true for pharmaceuticals prescribed as part of breast cancer treatment regimens. The "Helping Hands Fund" at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center helps patients whose medication costs, for prevention or treatment, exceed their ability to pay.

This Gift That Gives More™ provides patients with diagnostic, treatment and support services in a collaborative environment.

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