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Good Advice for Anyone … but Especially if you have Breasts

There are so many articles and events this month for National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Here’s the latest article from the American Cancer Society http://img.delivery.net/cm50content/19439/63076/LP/2-1/article_Featured_EN.html?utm_campaign=octoberexpanded&utm_medium=email&utm_source=fullserve-20131013-corpcenter-healthylivingexpansion-octoberexpanded&utm_content=acxiom Let me make their 5 points for Healthy Breasts. If you want to “thrive” in … Continue reading

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Everyone’s Writing for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This epidemic we call breast cancer is all over the place. I wrote about that the last time. It’s unnerving. So, what to do? First, don’t read everything you see posted, especially not the horror stories. Second, continue to live … Continue reading

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It’s October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The National Breast Cancer Foundation has deemed October as the month for it’s annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. In some ways, that is really awesome (but I’m not sure why it’s only 1 month). In other ways, … Continue reading

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Thriving Through the Ordeal

In my last blog, I shared about my son’s cancer. Well, hallelujah .. all is well. He had surgery. The melanoma was taken out, as was a lymph node. And, great news, the cancer didn’t spread …. so he is … Continue reading

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