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I've Always Wondered This!

Donating your hair is one of the most powerful gestures of support to those undergoing cancer treatment. But what actually happens after the ponytails get cut? This video reveals it all!

Triple Negative

I had lost two of the most important men in my life to cancer; my dad in January 2005 and my husband in May 2011. I was a 40-year-old widow who has suffered enough — don't I get some sort of pass? Cancer did not fit into my life plan. But then I was diagnosed with aggressive triple negative invasive ductile carcinoma...

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The Same Cancer

In 1999, my mother died from triple negative breast cancer. Diagnosed when she was 48 she fought a good fight for 4 years. I stood by her side through every doctor appointment and every treatment. I miss my mother every day especially since I have been diagnosed with the same cancer that took her from me…

— Click to read more about Teresa —

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As new drugs show promise in preventing breast cancer, women who should be taking these medications may be reluctant if costs are too high. This is also true for pharmaceuticals prescribed as part of breast cancer treatment regimens. The "Helping Hands Fund" at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center helps patients whose medication costs, for prevention or treatment, exceed their ability to pay.

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