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This morning I received dose 3 of the Neupogen injections.  No side effects from the shots so far (bone pain, injection site pain or swelling, itchiness, etc) but I have been more sleepy than usual.  366 more words


What it’s like to be the husband of a woman with metastatic breast cancer.

As part of our October “Metastatic Monday” blog series, BCRC will be publishing stories from our clients and their loved ones who are (or have been) faced with a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis.  1,269 more words

Breast Cancer

Life in Three Month Segments

I had a CT scan today.

I have been scanned every three months for over two years.
This is part of my journey.
The scan will determine my quality of life for the next three months. 176 more words

Breast Cancer

Live NOW!

This ‘inSpirational Sunday’, Jennifer Heunis inspires us with her bold message of hope, courage and sheer audacity in the face of the Big C: 398 more words

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#NBCAM Survivorship: Post-Diagnosis

Survivorship: Post-Diagnosis

Breast Reconstruction

Breast reconstruction can help restore the look and feel of the breast after a mastectomy. Performed

by a plastic surgeon, breast reconstruction can be done at the same time as the mastectomy (“immediate”) or at a later date (“delayed”). 433 more words


In Dedication to Donna

“Friends are the angels that lift us up when our wings have forgotten to fly.” 

                                                                                                                     ~Author unknown

What can you write about a beautiful person inside and out who has lost her life far too young … 1,233 more words

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"It's Good to Have Loved Ones Nearby"

Here is this Saturday’s Photovoice Advocacy story as told by Evah, and why she feels getting support from one’s family and friends AND receiving counselling was a blessing.

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