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AZ Demonstrates Commitment to Patients at San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

This week, a global team of AstraZeneca employees will come together in Texas for the annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS), joining approximately 7,500 attendees from more than 90 countries for the opportunity to hear and present state-of-the-art information on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer and breast disease. 375 more words


My Thanksgiving Day Speech

It’s a bit late, but I thought it was important to point out a few things I’m thankful for this year. Even when things are going well, it’s really easy to lose sight of those things in your life for which you should be thankful (have I ever mentioned that I hate the “no ending sentences with prepositions” rule?).   1,111 more words


Sometimes when all the bustle of activity slows down
and I am alone in a quiet house.

My mind seeks the comfort of denial and distraction… 63 more words

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It's Here: The 2015 Edition of #GivingTuesday!

Today is #GivingTuesday?

It’s a national movement to make today the philanthropic equivalent of Black Friday or Cyber Monday. On last year’s #GivingTuesday, tens of millions of dollars were raised for nearly 4,000 nonprofits.  366 more words


Top Cancer Research Stories: Fall 2014

What’s interesting in cancer research right now? What do we most need to know about? This is the latest post in a series in which we review several of the most notable cancer research stories that have come out over the previous two to three months. 950 more words

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I went to make a sick call for Church tonight and stopped at a former neighbors while I was in the area.

I heard her call,” Come in.” and did, only to see her crying. 86 more words


Hear My Voice: Coping with Depression After Breast Cancer

There are many difficult emotions you may feel upon being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. Renee Sendelbach blogs for the Hear My Voice series about her experience dealing with depression before and after she learned she had stage IV disease. 800 more words
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