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Breast Cancer 101
This animated video explains some of the common changes in your breast, and when you should consider going to your doctor. Click to learn more more.
I'm A Phoenix
I was given less than 15% chance of survival. I had both of my breasts removed. I removed my uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. But I am still here, and I adopted a beautiful little boy is who the light of my life. That is why I tattooed a Phoenix on my back, because I came back to life.
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Since 2010, the Safe Ride to School program has provided safe passage to girls attending Mirwais Mena School in Afghanistan — thanks to Pulitzer Prize winner Dexter Filkins and an Afghan colleague, who raised money to purchase the bus. Now the bus is breaking down. However, two buses are available for purchase if we can raise the funds.
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A new study by the Swedish Cancer Institute found that women age 75 and older may benefit from having an annual mammogram
Despite what many may think, men can develop breast cancer, although the instances are rare.
Artist Lisa Scholder does something extraordinary with her artwork – she turns breast cancer survivors’ bodies into gorgeous, colorful canvases. “Women generally have body image issues already,” Lisa says. “For breast cancer survivors, it’s triple-fold. Their bodies have gone through so much trauma, and just their awareness of themselves is kind of dissipated.” However, if they...
This 66-year-old survivor has battled breast cancer four different times. In the following video, she proves she stills knows how to get down — and her grandson’s embarrassment is priceless! Take a look at her dance moves in this fun video! BCS_Blog_C1_Responsive
When WNBA star Ivory Latta, 29, went in for a routine checkup in May, she never imagined that she would be facing the reality that she may have breast cancer.