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While I can't guarantee that your road will be without bumps, in fact, I can almost assure you that there will be bumps, I can offer you some insights that helped me along the way. So, buckle up and hold on tight, you can do this. Good luck to you my friend. I'm sending you love and strength.
5. Have a plan for your hair 6. Get your medical marijuana card Nothing makes the shitty cancer journey more bearable then
The Good Day Project wants to make the everyday lives of breast cancer patients just a little bit better. People interested
Of course we don't have all of the answers yet, but every single day I am finding more and more information about new drugs, new therapies, new treatments and the promise of so much more on the horizon. So if you think that nothing is being done to help those who are Stage IV breast cancer survivors, I challenge you to take another look at all that is going on around us.
So this year on Thanksgiving Day, I find that I am singularly thankful for having Kirk as my partner. I believe that together
I don't know what caused my cancer, nor does anyone else, for that matter. I plan to enjoy the holidays and if I choose to have some extra cookies or whatever, so what
In what I consider to be one of the absolutely best ways I have ever seen to help everyone who has received a breast cancer diagnosis, Allstate has partnered with author Hollye Jacobs to give a free copy of her book, "The Silver Lining - A Companion Guide" to all in the United States through October, 2015.
"Movember" seeks principally to raise awareness about cancers affecting males, including prostate and testicular cancer, but we should not forget that breast cancer, while rare, is a potentially fatal disease in men.
Although Cate and her mom had always been very close, their bond grew stronger after the diagnosis.
But despite the widespread prominence of the disease, adequate support has not always been available to women of every race