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Staying Strong

I had a biopsy done a few days before leaving to go out of state for my Residency, because I was working toward my Doctorate Social Work degree. The biopsy tested positive but refused to go home. I fought through 6 months of chemo, 6 weeks of radiation, and a bilateral mastectomy. I literally worked from my chemo chair...

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Speak Out for Men with Breast Cancer

Male breast cancer, although less common, is no different than female breast cancer in terms of prognosis, treatment, and the emotional effects. There is no scientific basis in refusing a man coverage simply because he is a man — yet some insurance companies are.

Stop discrimination. Sign the Petition.

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Help A Pregnant Woman With Cancer

A cancer diagnosis by itself is a frightening and life-changing event. Imagine learning you have cancer when you are pregnant, trying to nurture a tiny life into being. It could be terrifying. But women have faced and overcome these circumstances before, and women diagnosed with cancer while pregnant don't have to face it alone. Hope for Two: The Pregnant with Cancer Network is a non-profit organization that provides resources for women diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ support the work of Hope for Two: The Pregnant With Cancer Network. Thank you!

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