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Reluctant Journey

My initial diagnosis was Stage 1 IDC with a treatment plan of a lumpectomy, 33 rounds of radiation followed by 10 years of Tamoxifen. I was told that I was "lucky." The pathology report after the lumpectomy revealed that I was less "lucky" than was originally thought…

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Still Feeling Blessed

My breast cancer story began in 2003. I was married, had 3 children, was in my 30s. My life was blessed (and "normal"). Read more about Rose's story »

Help Rwandan Women Fight Breast Cancer

A lack of early detection and comprehensive treatment options is putting the women of Rwanda at even higher risk of dying from breast cancer. Breast cancer cases in women living in this impoverished country have increased by more than 50% in the last three years.

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Help a Woman During Breast Cancer Treatment

Some insurance companies don't cover the drugs that are prescribed by doctors to save breast cancer patients' lives. Low-income and underinsured women are then forced to choose between surviving cancer and financial survival. When insurance companies deny the costs of prescription medications, The Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation steps in to fill the gap.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ provide one day or one week of breast cancer medication, depending on how much you choose to donate. Thank you.

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