Category Archives: Breast Cancer Treatment

The Kindness of Strangers

Something magical happened during my recent hospital stay that I feel compelled to share. Perhaps what makes it all the more moving, at least for me, is the realization that the people who made such a difference for me spend … Continue reading

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“Wait” Lifting and Breast Cancer

Just a little over a week ago I had my yearly mammogram. I went into the fray, never once thinking anything could possibly be amiss. It’s been nearly nine years since my last breast cancer experience, so I’ve become pretty … Continue reading

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What’s So Different About Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC)?

We’re glad to welcome back Ginny Mason, BSN, RN, Executive Director of the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation (ibcRF), for an informative guest post, the second in her 3-part series, about IBC diagnosis and treatment. A few months ago I shared … Continue reading

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Until We Find a Cure for Breast Cancer… Let Them Eat Sour Grapes

I can’t tell you how many people asked me recently if I’d spent time with the royals. Seriously! Of course, they weren’t serious in their query, because it’s pretty much a certainty I don’t run in that crowd. However, I … Continue reading

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