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Did you just see.. pink bale? Pink bale wrap re-launched to help breast cancer …
For every roll of the pink Topwrap film purchased, £3 will be donated to the charity Breast Cancer Now – with contributions toward the £3 coming from Volac themselves, as well as Trioplast, the film's manufacturer, and from the merchant supplying the roll. [...]
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Benefit planned for foster mom fighting brain cancer
Subsequent surgery removed as much of the cancerous tumor as possible. To slow the growth of the inoperable tumor, Yvonne began seven weeks of daily chemotherapy and radiation at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Currently, she is receiving ... [...]
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Cancer Screening for Uninsured Low-Income Women in States Not Expanding Medicaid
The fact that uninsured low-income women face financial barriers to receiving recommended screenings for breast and cervical cancer is already known. However, a new study finds that in states that have not expanded Medicaid, these women face even ... [...]
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Coronation Street favourite Kym Marsh has a funky time at annual charity ball
Coronation Street stars Kym Marsh and Sally Dynevor were looking ultra-glam at the annual Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention charity ball. The soap ladies were among the VIP guests who turned out to support the Manchester-based charity as it marked its ... [...]
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A local woman battling cancer has a chance to make it to the big leagues
“She's a big supporter of breast cancer awareness in general, Linwood says she's helped raise tens of thousands of dollars over the years in a number of different events and last September, she found out that she herself is diagnosed with stage three ... [...]
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Scotch Plains Mom Invents Candies to Help Chemo Patients
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ – After winning a battle with breast cancer, a local mother of three is leaving her mark on the world with a unique product to help others experiencing the unsavory side effects of chemotherapy. Samantha Kowalczyk, a holistic health ... [...]
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$333K raised at 2016 Edmonton Bust a Move for Breast Health
EDMONTON – They kickboxed, squatted and got their downward dog on in the name of cancer research at this year's Bust a Move for Breast Health. The sweaty, six-hour fitness extravaganza was in support of the clinical trials unit at the Cross Cancer ... [...]
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Here's Why The Rising Rate Of Mastectomies Is So Worrisome
Thanks to years of advocacy, women today are without a doubt aware of breast cancer. From Angelina Jolie speaking openly about her own mastectomy to breast cancer survivors highlighting their scars with vibrant tattoos, some might even argue that we ... [...]
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Tassle and Torch Walk For Breast Cancer
The Pink On Wight campaign has organised a special walk between Sandown and Newport this evening, raising money to combat breast cancer. The fun walk starts at 8pm from Sandown Bay Academy and follows the cycle track route to Matalan in Newport. [...]
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West Coast man's brain cancer diagnosed as depression
A West Coast man has advanced brain cancer after his headaches and memory loss were diagnosed as depression. The West Coast District Health Board is investigating a complaint Westport man David Bain's brain cancer was misdiagnosed by a locum GP. [...]
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With cancer in one breast, no survival advantage in removing second one
The proportion of breast cancer patients who removed a healthy breast to prevent future cancers more than tripled over 10 years, but the procedure didn't improve their survival odds, a US study finds. Based on a decade of data on half a million women ... [...]
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PFS No Surrogate for OS in Metastatic Breast Cancer Trials
Breast cancer trialists have debated using progression-free survival as a surrogate for overall survival in randomized controlled trials (RCTs). The current study explores this important question for a subset of patients—those with metastatic HER2 ... [...]
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Scripps Florida Scientists Win $1.4 Million Grant to Develop New Ways to Block …
Newswise — JUPITER, FL – March 18, 2016 – Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have received a $1.4 million grant from the Department of Defense to develop a series of drug candidates that act against molecules ... [...]
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Community helps Buffalo Grove boy, 11, fight rare brain cancer
Just a few months ago, Joshua McFadden was a typical 11-year-old -- playing video games, cheering on his beloved Green Bay Packers and hanging out with friends. In January when Joshua started experiencing headaches, blurred vision and intermittent ... [...]
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iGoPink Scholarship Serves Local High School Seniors
The Woodlands, Texas (March 17, 2016) - The Breast Cancer Charities of America is in the process of accepting applications for their iGoPink Scholarship, which is granted to students whose families have been affected by breast cancer. The iGoPink ... [...]
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Cancer survivor Penny Rutterford reveals how it feels to date after a mastectomy
Penny suffered from inflammatory breast cancer and had to undergo a radical mastectomy. An immediate reconstruction was not an option. 'Another oft quoted myth is that a reconstruction is just like a boob job - but it isn't,' she says. For women like ... [...]
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