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I never imagined that in January of 2014, at age 34, I'd be diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. In April of 2015, my scan came back clear of cancer. But 10 days ago, I heard a similar diagnosis again, only this time it was in regards to Mama... It felt as if my heart stopped beating when the surgeon was speaking...

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While plastic surgery is hardly ever covered by most insurance providers, breast reconstruction after a mastectomy is a different issue. Access to this type of coverage isn't guaranteed to all women who undergo a mastectomy. Elderly and underprivileged women are especially under-served.

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Mammograms for Women in Need

Help close the healthcare gap by bringing early detection to those who cannot afford it. According to a recent report from the American Cancer Society, low-income women in at least twenty states are being turned away or put on long waiting lists for free cancer screenings.

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Support Vital Breast Cancer Research

Breast cancer can adversely affect women's bones, and cancer treatment in particular can take a toll. These women develop signs of osteoporosis which includes bone loss and bone pain. Dr. Catherine Van Poznak, from the University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center, is studying ways to diagnose, treat, and prevent bone loss and discomfort among women diagnosed with breast cancer. She is also studying ways to identify breast cancers that are more likely to spread to the bone.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ will go towards supporting Dr. Van Poznak and her research team. Thank you!

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