Posts tagged Illinois

I was 29 when my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. Six months later I was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer. I underwent a lumpectomy, chemo, & radiation. 13 years later I tested positive for BRCA1.

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I'm a 56-year-old mother of three and a grandmother of five. I was diagnosed July 2017 with breast cancer. The following month, I went to stage 4 metastatic breast cancer after a CAT scan revealed it had gone to my lung.

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I was diagnosed with metastatic endometrial cancer in September 2018. It has only been found in my right abdominal wall at the port sight of the DaVinci robotic assisted surgery for my endometrial cancer in June 2017.

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MetathriverGary RickeIllinois

My humble opinion is the "Pink Ribbon" campaign to make women aware of breast cancer and the annual mammograms has reached its goal and their funding and donations should be turned over to MBC for research.

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We need more research so that [my sister] can be cured and live a long life. She needs to be here for her children. She deserves to see them grow up and have families of there own. She is stronger than she knows.

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Gary RickeIllinois