I am 44 years old and was diagnosed with Breast Cancer seven years ago. I'm ready to share my experiences and what I've learned about what to expect from, and things that the doctors don't tell you about, breast cancer...
The day the doctor tells you you have breast cancer is the worst day of your life. It's hard to explain the emotions, feelings that race through your brain at the time. Do you laugh with disbelief, or...
Living with Lymphedema. Risk factors, precautions and preventative measures. Live with hope, despite after effects from lymph node removal or injury.
The Silent Breast Cancer Killer – Something Every Women Must Know - Inflammatory Cancer Pictures and Early Detection
There is a very important video that every woman must see - it is about a silent killer. It is about a breast cancer that I just recently learned about called IBC - Inflammatory Breast Cancer. It is a type of breast...
Resuming activity, range of motion, scar management, sensory re-education, and lymphedema prevention after mastectomy. The things you want to know.
This is a true account of events that happened after I realized I had missed my annual mammogram in June of 2011, and what was discovered after having the belated mammogram.
Most common forms of cancer, especially for women, is breast cancer, Support for breast cancer awareness and one of the best ways to support this cause is by getting breast cancer ribbon tattoos
This tells about the most recent research on vitamin D and how important it is in preventing and fighting cancer. There are lots of articles on the internet on vitamin D preventing cancer, especially breast...
Valerie Belew, the author, recently received a core needle biopsy, testing for breast cancer My guess is that you are scared, nervous, and the thought that you might have breast cancer is never completely out of your...
Having breast cancer is a horrible experience. Blessings can be found if you are open to them or you recognize them when they find you. Keep a positive attitude. Look for the blessings. It's survival.
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