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Healing Words

I was warned that because my DCIS was so widespread in one breast, a lumpectomy would leave me severely deformed; so I chose to have a mastectomy. Some women opt for a double mastectomy, but that would mean that I would never again feel any nipple sensation, and I didn't want to lose that…

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For 12-year-old Sophia Petikas's last day at Willis-Knighton Cancer Center, Dr. Daniel and his staff kept their promise to dance with her to Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)!"

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Save A Sengalese Woman's Life

In the developing world, cancer kills more people than malaria, AIDS/HIV, and tuberculosis combined. Cervical cancer is a leading cause of cancer related deaths among women in the developing world. The majority of women living in impoverished countries do not have access to life saving radiation treatment. Thankfully, a group of radiation oncologists from the United States have come together, treating and even curing women of cervical cancer in Senegal.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ provide radiation treatment for a women with cervical cancer. Thank you!

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