Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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That last one threw me. Me? This wasn't supposed to happen. I was the one raising money for breast cancer research. I donate
October is here once again, and I'm reminded that it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To be aware of breast cancer means that you're mindful and conscious of the possibility of getting this disease, which affects one in eight women.
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Are you saving the ta-tas this October? How about second base? Maybe you'll put on an "I love boobies" bracelet or a giant boob costume in support the UK's Coppafeel campaign.
Nothing is more important than our health.
An oncology study by the Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center, confirms what many cancer survivors already know -- patients with strong support networks are not only more likely to survive, they also experience reduced occurrences of cancer resurgence.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, take some time to thank those people that played a major role in your personal breast
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October is a month when the entire nation rallies around supporting women affected by breast cancer. For those living with