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Warriors, Survivors, & PTSD

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Breast cancer is traumatic. Diagnosis is accompanied by fears of mortality, gruelling treatments, and permanent changes to the body. Learn to recognize the symptoms of PTS and PTSD »

True Survivor

After raising 7 children I found out that I had breast cancer when I was 47. My husband at the time did not take the news well. He had married a thin pretty woman who had long blond hair. I was now going to be disfigured by surgery, lose my hair, and become more dependent on him than I ever had been…

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Diagnosed At 26

At the height of her career as a dancer, Olivia Hutcherson found an unexplained splotch of blood inside her shirt — on her 26th birthday, no less. Her doctor told her not to worry.

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Help A Pregnant Woman With Cancer

A cancer diagnosis by itself is a frightening and life-changing event. Imagine learning you have cancer when you are pregnant, trying to nurture a tiny life into being. It could be terrifying. But women have faced and overcome these circumstances before, and women diagnosed with cancer while pregnant don't have to face it alone. Hope for Two: The Pregnant with Cancer Network is a non-profit organization that provides resources for women diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ support the work of Hope for Two: The Pregnant With Cancer Network. Thank you!

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