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Some insurance companies do not cover the drugs that are prescribed by doctors to save breast cancer patients’ lives. Low-income and underinsured women are forced to choose between surviving cancer and financial survival. Help women fighting breast cancer access the medications they need.
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After raising seven children, I found out that I had breast cancer when I was 47. My husband did not take the news well. He had married a thin, pretty woman who had long blond hair. I was now going to be disfigured by surgery, lose my hair, and become more dependent on him than I ever had been.
I found out after I lost my hair from 6 months of chemotherapy that he was surfing the net and looking for much younger women...
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Multiple teams of firefighters took to the ski slopes to raise money for breast cancer awareness initiatives.
Every now and then a pooch makes the news by sniffing out a woman's breast cancer, and a Doberman pinscher puppy is the latest hero.
Although it is still highly recommended that you maintain a regular schedule of appointments and tests with your doctor, there is a newly discovered and highly accurate method for detecting breast cancer: a smell test, for dogs. Canines, with their acute sense of smell, are able to sniff out the chemicals produced by cancerous mutations sometimes well before there are any physical symptoms.
Any major illness can take a toll on a young person's body, especially those who are planning to become pregnant at a later point in time.
Breast cancer affects many women across the world, which is why people are willing to take drastic steps to help find a cure for the disease.