Reflections From A Caregiver

November is National Family Caregivers Month I wanted to share my husband’s reflections with you. He was one of my primary caregivers during chemotherapy, surgery and radiation. Being a caregiver as a husband Cancer – When we first heard the news one thing I remember is that my oldest daughter (21) came to me and…

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Pink Sisters, Twice Sisters

My sister and I are ‘twice sisters’ meaning we are blood sisters (born sisters) and pink sisters.  Both of us have been personally affected  by breast cancer which makes us pink sisters.  In September/October of 2014, my sister called me to tell me that her mammogram was flagged and the radiologist really wanted to do…

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“Fight Like A Girl” – Will It Be Enough?

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“Fight Like A Girl” is a popular phrase that represents woman of all ages who fight the horrible disease of breast cancer. Will it be enough  to ‘fight like a girl?’ Will that work with the latest guideline changes from the American Cancer Society on mammograms released in 2015? “The new American Cancer Society guidelines are…

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