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Rowing to Survive Breast Cancer
Ami Dudzinski Mehr
Breast cancer survivor, mother, competitive rower and seasoned...
There is no one size fits all for dealing with these situations, and I feel the way I approached my journey and recovery can empower other women. I didn't let cancer define me, but instead tried to look at the good that would come out of the situation to help other women.
Study Strengthens Family History As Cancer Risk Factor
Amanda L. Chan
Learning I had a mutation changed my life. Cognizant that there is a 75 percent chance I will develop colon cancer by the age of 65, I do everything in my power to make sure it is nothing more than a polyp that can be removed.
Your Mom Had Cancer -- Should You Be Worried?
Dr. Nalini Chilkov
IntegrativeCancerAnswers.com | Create A Body Where Cancer Cann...
Just because your mom had breast cancer does not mean that you will be struck with breast cancer as well. The causes of cancer are complex.
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