Ptcl organizes breast cancer awareness

RE/MAX agent celebrates fun and fashion for a good cause

RE/MAX agent celebrates fun and fashion for a good cause

"I watched the spot, I was completely touched". She says she's amusing about the word, "lucky". "I always tell people it was not a trick and not a treat", the Bixby resident said with a laugh. Breast Cancer survivor Brandy Williamson said, "Nobody can get rid of cancer if we don't do some research".

"Here at the hospital", said Natasha Hartman, supervisor for mammography at Martha's Vineyard Hospital, "awareness month is every month; we're glad that there's more attention brought to it this month".

Venter, who is the chief executive of Edith Venter Promotions said she chose to start an initiative that focused on breast cancer because it predominantly affects women and their lives.

Five years later - years which included surgery, radiation and chemotherapy - Greene-Leech has just been off chemo pills for six months. "To raise that much money as a school is wonderful to me". "It was 11 years ago".

The session also included a talk on the importance of early detection through self-examination in order to overcome the disease at an early stage, where chances of survival are relatively high.

Doctor Dana Jackson, diagnostic radiology and breast cancer specialist at GLH, said he appreciates Fultz sharing her experiences.

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The white paper also pointed out that there is a lack of the comprehensive cancer research and data covering all the aspects of breast cancer in India. All proceeds go to the Greater Clermont Cancer Foundation.

A breast cancer survivor who is determined to make a difference for north MS women is organizing a charity walk this weekend in her hometown of Calhoun City to help patients get to doctor appointments and treatment centers.

Ellyn had the support to beat her cancer and now she wanted to help others. "The biggest concern with breast cancer is it gets into the lymphatic channels and spreads to the other organs". "It is so important to be educated about breast cancer, and to know what can cause it and how to prevent it".

"I am really proud to be working for an organization, they work on a really small budget, but they are so powerful and so impactful", she said. "I found it first and then I had a mammogram, had a biopsy and it was confirmed that it was breast cancer."This kindergarten teacher read up on options to fight aggressive HER2 positive cancer and sought out a second opinion. She's the only one that we know of that had it". She now owns that advertising firm Brogan and Partners and appreciates her time with her husband and three children.

According to Chan, there have been major advances in the treatment of breast cancer that benefit patients across the board, made possible through the time and resources dedicated to research.

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