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K-Hits Cares! Early Diagnosis Of Breast Cancer Saves Lives!

Studies show that finding breast cancer early saves lives.

Mammograms are the best tests for finding breast cancer early.

When breast cancer is found early, treatment is most effective, and many women go on to live long and healthy lives. 70 more words

K-HITS Cares

B96 Cares! Early Diagnosis Of Breast Cancer Saves Lives!

Studies show that finding breast cancer early saves lives.

Mammograms are the best tests for finding breast cancer early.

When breast cancer is found early, treatment is most effective, and many women go on to live long and healthy lives. 40 more words

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This nurse refused oncology for breast cancer in 2008

From Chris Beat Cancer

OB/GYN NP Marcelle Pick explains why she refused oncology for her breast cancer, plus what women need to know about mammograms, HRT, menopause, and more! 215 more words

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Twin Doctors On Why It’s Easier Now Than Ever To Prevent, Detect & Treat Breast Cancer [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]


“Twin Doctors” Idries and Jamil Abdur-Rahman talked with Ed Lover about all of the things that everyone- including men -should know about breast cancer. They talk about what to do if you find out that you’re genetically predispositioned to it, and what to do if you do find out that you are. 154 more words

Ed Lover Show

Twin Doctors On Why It’s Easier Now Than Ever To Prevent, Detect & Treat Breast Cancer [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]


“Twin Doctors” Idries and Jamil Abdur-Rahman talked with Ed Lover about all of the things that everyone- including men -should know about breast cancer. They talk about what to do if you find out that you’re genetically predispositioned to it, and what to do if you do find out that you are. 154 more words

Ed Lover Show

You have breast cancer! Psyche....

I have been really on a mission to end the world of needless suffering and to try and right some of the wrongs that are going on in our health care system. 371 more words

Uncomfortable truths

Being diagnosed with breast cancer in October is a bit of a double whammy. While dealing with the impact of diagnosis you are faced with a relentless barrage of publicity aimed fair and square at YOU. 1,299 more words

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