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Thanks to earlier detection, improved treatments, and supportive care of family and friends, there are now more than 2.6 million breast cancer survivors in the United States. In fact, we have begun to think of breast cancer survival as a chronic disease similar to diabetes or high blood pressure. Cancer survivors have a complex set -click here to read more-
As we trudged through the dusty field, the blazing sun and stickiness reminded me that late August in Sugar Land was not always a pleasant time to be outside. I was attending a FFA (Future Farmers of America) show at the school district barn with my brand new freshman son. I was ill prepared for -click here to read more-
Diseases and Surgery of the Breast I was just getting home from a long day at the hospital when I received a phone call from a woman in her 50’s who had just been diagnosed with breast cancer. She was frightened, unsure what her diagnosis would mean for herself or her family. This woman was -click here to read more-
Stopping for a break in the climb up the narrow rocky trail along a jagged Pennsylvania mountain, my son’s large frame towered above me, but his hand steadied me, the hand of a man. What happened to the small finger that would reflexly curl around my index finger, or the tiny body that fit into -click here to read more-