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I DO NOT fit the statistics and my doctors have had to throw out the book to treat me. I was diagnosed with a very little known and barely studied form of breast cancer. Here's my story.
At age 41, I scheduled a routine mammogram and ultrasound, because of my age...
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I lost my father September 14, 2014 to small cell cancer. I was, and always will be Daddy's Little Girl. It is usually mid-September that I get my annual mammogram. I didn't. However, in November my Dad's voice in the back of my head started telling me that I had too long of a history of chest x-rays not to go…
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Helping Hands Fund
As new drugs show promise in breast cancer treatment and prevention, women who should be taking these medications may be reluctant if costs are too high. The Helping Hands Fund at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center helps patients whose medication costs exceed their ability to pay.
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