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Medicare will continue to pay for avastin
Click to read the whole post: Medicare will keep paying for the drug Avastin to fight breast...More
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FDA Panel Opposes Avastin for Breast Cancer
Click the link to read about avastin. Have any of you been on this drug? HaylenMore
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Check your sunscreen!
When I talked to my dad yesterday, he told me that he is having a cancerous growth removed from his...More
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Michelle's Road to Recovery
Hi everyone! I hope you find this blog helpful. It is quite cathartic for me to write down my thoughts,...More
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Bone Drug May Prevent Return of Breast Cancer
Click the link to read more about how the bone drug Zometa can reduce the risk of Breast Cancer...More
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Clinical trial for vaccine for HERS positive breas...
Dr. Brian Czerniecki of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania has developed a vaccine for women...More
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Realities Blog: I'll be bald OR fat - not both!
A new post from expert Jennifer Goodman Linn . Do you agree with her doctor's statement below?...More
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Coffee and Breast Cancer Risk
Since I am a heavy coffee drinker, of course I clicked on this article stating women who drink more...More
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When It’s Cancer: First Steps — Part One
New post from Dr. Frank's Blog " Cancer Realities " exploring diagnosis and treatment to remission...More
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Low Vitamin D Linked to Aggressive Breast Cancer
Click to read the entire article about how Women with low vitamin D levels may have an increased...More
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LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE! Watch this video & ...
Got Royal Wedding fever? Check out "Mrs Brown Gets a Bikini Wax" for a good dose of British humor! ...More
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9 NATURAL WAYS TO PREVENT FROM BREAST CANCER
Cancer of the breast is the most frequent malignancy that occurs in women. A little awareness goes a long way...More
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Brocolli May Fight Cancer Growth
Interesting article about brocolli fighting cancer growth! Now I'm even more determined to encourage...More
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Microcalcifications and Early Signs of Breast Canc...
A microcalcification is an increase of calcium in one spot. They are widespread and most women will have a few...More
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Microcalcifications and Early Signs of Breast Canc...
A microcalcification is an increase of calcium in one spot. They are widespread and most women will have a few...More
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DIEP reconstruction webcast from Beth Israel Hospi...
Great webcast with plastic surgeon and breast surgeon discussing DIEP reconstruction. Video shows...More
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SLIDESHOW: Top Cancer-Fighting Foods
No single food can reduce your risk of cancer, but the right combination of foods may help make a...More
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5 Things Young Women Must Know About Breast Cancer
Getting breast cancer before 40 is not common, but young women need to hear this advice. This...More
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Sex Complaints Common After Breast Cancer
Loss of libido and difficulty having sex are common complaints among breast cancer survivors, new...More
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