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Never Too Young

During a routine self breast exam in April 2014, I felt something different. I never noticed that hard spot before. I tried to ignore it but after a few days it was still there. My mom is a survivor and always stressed the importance of early detection. But I was only 26. I was about to change jobs…

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Keeping Baby

In my early 40s, I found a lump in my breast. I went to my doctor and she sent me for my first ever mammogram. A few days later, I found out I was pregnant, even though I had been told I could never have kids! My doctors thought that it would best to abort the baby so I could get the best care possible...

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Ban Trolling!

The internet is a great place to connect with people and spread information. However, its anonymity has given rise to cyber bullying and trolling. Trolling involves posting deliberately offensive content to elicit angry responses. Social media needs to stop turning a blind eye to this destructive problem!

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Protect Girls From Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is the second most common form of cancer among women, with nearly half a million new cases diagnosed annually. While routine screenings have greatly reduced mortality rates among women in the United States, cervical cancer is still a common and deadly disease in many developing nations where regular screenings aren't a reality. Over 270,000 people die from cervical cancer every year and more than 80% of those deaths occur in developing countries.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ protect three girls from cervical cancer with immunizations through Partners in Health. Thank you!

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