Breast Cancer Awareness

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Personal Stories in the Fight Against Cancer

How One Patient Stumbled Upon Her Breast Cancer Diagnosis

"I walk with a cane because I have a balance issue. I took two small steps and my legs flew out from under me," the 73-year-old says,...

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Brenda Jones Tompkins - Cancer Patient Looks Back with Gratitude

Here's Her Full Story Following her husband's advice, she called her gynecologist to discuss the symptom. "I wasn't worried," says the...

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ANGIE GIRGENTI - Cancer Patient Learns Caring for Yourself Is a Gift to Others

Like countless other women, Angie Girgenti put off getting her annual mammogram. Life was hectic for the 45-year-old, who was still reeling...

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Hope and Optimism Help Busy Mom Cope with Stage IV Breast Cancer

You might think a mother of three children under age six – and pregnant with a fourth child – might be too busy or even exhausted to...

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Army Veteran Winning Her Battle with Breast Cancer

From battlefields in Iraq to soybean fields in Mississippi to the North Texas prairie. Tiffany Lowery's life journey includes variety and...

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Did you know?

When a person is diagnosed with breast cancer, tests are then conducted to study the cancer cells. According to the National Cancer...

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What is metastatic breast cancer?

A cancer diagnosis is never welcome news. Once such a diagnosis has been made, doctors will work to determine the stage of the cancer,...

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Vitamin D and breast cancer link

Try as they may, the thousands upon thousands of medical researchers, scientists and doctors around the world have not yet figured out a...

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