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No Family History

After my mammogram this year, I had more testing done. I didn't think twice, as this had happened before only to find a cyst. But this time, after another scan, an ultrasound and a biopsy, they told me it was cancer. I thought, are you sure? I don't have family history, I breast- fed, I exercise, and I eat healthy.

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Increased Risk Post-Diagnosis

Women are at a greater risk of contracting this type of cancer after having breast cancer, particularly within the first five years after a breast cancer diagnosis. Learn more.

Child Vaccines

Over 17,000 children die each year from easily preventable causes. Many of these deaths would cease through the wider use of vaccines, but obstacles like conflict, displacement, and poverty interfere. However, UNICEF is determined to broaden global efforts to improve child vaccination rates.

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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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