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NATIONAL BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Serena Williams Sings 'I Touch Myself' For Breast Cancer Awareness
"I wanted to do it because it's an issue that affects all women of all colors, around the world," the tennis star said.
From Journalist To Advocate: The Journey Of A Cancer Patient
By Joan Lunden
No one person's journey is the same as another's. But that means that we always have something to learn.
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Breast Cancer Awareness: What It Means For African-American Women
James LaVelle Dickens, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP
Captain, U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the overarching mission is powerful ― help increase awareness about the importance
Shannen Doherty Shares A Heartbreaking Photo For Breast Cancer Awareness
"Cancer is with you forever."
These 14 Purchases Also Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month
These brands will donate a portion of your purchase to breast cancer research and awareness.
Why Do I Need To See A Medical Oncologist?
Mayo Clinic Women's Health
Optimizing women's health and well-being throughout their life...
A diagnosis of cancer is often followed by myriad doctor appointments and many questions. Dr. Saranya Chumsri, a medical
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Stay Woke On Mammograms, Black Women
Cecelia Brewington, MD
Radiologist, Radiology Administrator and Professor of Radiology
I will start National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) by telling you the truth about mammograms. Roughly two-thirds
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Body And Soul: When Faced With Breast Cancer, Which Will Win?
Former minister for Family, France
The abrupt appearance of cancer forces you, whether you want to be or not, into a conversation with your body that, for my part, was mandatory, daily and permanent.
Miles to Go Before We Sleep
Judith A. Salerno
Physician and Public Health Leader
We are gaining on this disease, and that's the good news for those who are impatient, like all of us who work every day to find the cures and help the people who need us.
How Breast Cancer Can Affect Fertility
Dr. Angeline Beltsos
Medical Director and Clinical Research Director, Fertility Cen...
If you are planning on having a family after breast cancer treatment, there are several different options to preserve or
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I Survived Breast Cancer Myself, But Now I'm Afraid For My Kids
Mom to three, wife to one, cancer patient, cancer caregiver, w...
Now when I see the traits we have in common I secretly apologize, sure that the more features we share, the more likely we share the BRCA2 also. "I'm so sorry," I whisper, tears welling, gazing at my daughter who looks most like me. "I didn't mean it."
Breast Cancer Doesn't Know It's October
Judith A. Salerno
Physician and Public Health Leader
Every 19 seconds, somewhere in the world, a person has a new diagnosis of breast cancer. In the U.S., a woman is diagnosed every two minutes, and one dies every 13 minutes from this terrible disease. Those are shocking numbers, and behind every one of those numbers is a compelling story.
When My Mom Was Diagnosed With Breast Cancer
Founder and Managing Creative Partner, toth shop llc.
I was in a meeting when I saw my iPhone light up with a message. Midway through whatever I was saying, I glanced quickly to read the text out of the corner of my eye. "Mammogram came back suspicious. Have to go back next week. Love you," said Mom via that text. It was her birthday.
This Month, Think Pink... and Remember Red
CEO, American Heart Association
Whether the topic is breast cancer, heart disease or any major illness, women need to be in tune with their bodies. Awareness and education are vital because they lead to prevention and early detection, two of the best tools in health improvement.
Lorna Luft Talks 'Lorna's Pink Party' Show With Liza Minnelli For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Curtis M. Wong
Lorna Luft and Liza Minnelli will perform in "Lorna's Pink Party" at New York's Birdland on Oct. 14 and 21. For more information
Flash Mob Reminds New Yorkers to 'Feel Your Boobies'
HooplaHa - Only Good News
HooplaHa is a media company focused on only good news. Our mis...
A chain of 700 bras certainly got people passing through Union Square Park to take notice and remember, "if you got them, you got to check them!" Watch our behind-the-scenes video of the entire flash mob!
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 'There Is Hope After A Breast Cancer Diagnosis'
Program Director, Avon Walk for Breast Cancer; 7-year breast c...
When I think back to the fear and uncertainty I felt after being diagnosed, I also think about all that I've learned from this experience. I've learned how something good can come out of something bad.
Gabrielle Union Shares Personal Connection To Breast Cancer In Planned Parenthood Promo (WATCH)
For the month of October, breast cancer awareness will take center stage, the cause's ubiquitous pink ribbon signaling a
Friday Photo: Pink
Photographer and World Traveler
In my travels I've met many women going through treatment, celebrating having just completed treatment or marking a cancer-free milestone. Most of these encounters have been in a tropical place proving I'm not alone in my love for a beach.
October Is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month Too
Executive Director, Between Friends
For the past 10 years my role, among many others, has been to educate the community about the impact of domestic violence. How hard can that be? The tragic truth is that most don't know what domestic violence is.
: Martina McBride Is Counting on This Winning Number
Entertainment and sports journalist
"I feel like I'm just opening up more as an artist and as a person and sharing more of myself and my personality. I feel different; I don't know if people will be able to hear a difference or not."
Chevrolet Allows Customers To Donate Rebates To Breast Cancer
In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Chevrolet Certified Service is giving customers the option to donate
More Than A Pink Ribbon
Jessica Pearce Rotondi
Lifestyle Blog Editor, The Huffington Post
My mom's lasting gift to her daughters, family and friends was making cancer something you could talk about.
Thousands Race for the Cure at the Pyramids: PHOTOS
Videojournalist covering the Middle East, former producer at '...
Unlike the United States and Europe, where breast cancer is openly discussed, and self-checking and screening is common, it is extremely stigmatized in Egypt, along with much of the Middle East.
Breast Cancer Awareness: Another Reason Doctors Should Practice Emotional Intelligence
President, QUEST Diversity Initiatives, LLC
In an age when the business of health care seems to be squeezing the empathy out of patient care, Emotional Intelligence is an invaluable tool for helping medical professionals develop trust.
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