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Fighter

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

Buddies

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
Young Women

Resilience and Breast Cancer

Research shows resilience can ease stress and improve life satisfaction among people diagnosed with cancer, but what does it mean to be “resilient”? In anticipation of our… 1,216 more words

Young Women

Breast cancer survival increased by "sea sponge drug"

Researchers from the University of Leeds and Leeds Teaching Hospitals trust have shown that women with an aggressive form of advanced breast cancer could survive for up to an additional 5 months, using a drug developed from sea sponges. 1,314 more words

Breast Cancer

Results: Phase I/II Study of the Antibody-Drug Conjugate Glembatumumab Vedotin in Patients With Locally Advanced or Metastatic Breast Cancer

Dr. Linda Vahdat and her colleagues are very excited to be involved in the development of glembatumuma vedotin as it has the potential to be among the very first drugs for triple negative breast cancer. 10 more words

Breast Cancer News

Writer Gives Tour of Breast Cancer Journey, from A to Z

LBBC Writer and Editorial Coordinator Erin Rowley reviews Madhulika Sikka’s book, A Breast Cancer Alphabet.

Cancerland is a place you never planned to visit. Author Madhulika Sikka didn’t want to go there either. 660 more words

Breast Cancer

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A senseless loss
Her gentle smile
The grace in which she faced her journey
Annemarie with those eyes.

This is difficult
This is complex… 336 more words