Gamechanger For Breast Cancer Screening?
Mihir Shar's mother-in-law was diagnosed with breast cancer over a decade ago. She had access to breast cancer screening, but he realized not everyone does - particularly in developing nations. He decided to do something about it.
New tool could have huge impact
Cancer Is Life-Changing, Especially For Two
Annie was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer just two weeks after she learned she was pregnant. "It's an agonizing thing," she shares, "simultaneously nurturing and loving a tiny living thing in your body, while aggressively, frantically killing another." She's not alone. Many cancer patients in the U.S. and around the world feel that fear.
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