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Be a Good One

Be a Good One

| September 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Natalie Palmer My story begins with a quote by Abra­ham Lin­coln, with whom I share a birth­day: “What­ever you are, be a good one.” Many years ago this became the mis­sion state­ment of my life and remains so to this day. I am a per­son with metasta­tic breast can­cer who made a promise to be […]

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Pink Ribbon Cooking Recipes

Pink Ribbon Cooking Recipes

| September 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Chili Con Carne Sweet Pota­toes with Chili Honey Yogurt Sim­ple, healty and deli­cious!  Serves 4 any­time of year. 4 medium sweet pota­toes 1 cup onion, finely chopped 1 tea­spoon olive oil 2 tea­spoons gar­lic, minced 1 lb. grass fed ground beef 1 table­spoon chili pow­der ¼ tea­spoon ground cumin ¼ tea­spoon oregano ¼ tea­spoon dried […]

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You are the Most Integral Member

You are the Most Integral Member

| September 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The foun­da­tion of any diag­no­sis derives from infor­ma­tion found in your breast can­cer pathol­ogy report. Breast­link offers patients trans­par­ent and unlim­ited access to their per­sonal health infor­ma­tion, includ­ing their pathol­ogy reports. Although a pathol­ogy report may seem tech­ni­cal and con­fus­ing at first, it is impor­tant for you to under­stand your health infor­ma­tion to make appropriate […]

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New Addition from Nearly Me

New Addition from Nearly Me

| September 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Intro­duc­ing the newest addi­tion to our ultra light­weight, super soft breast pros­the­sis line from Nearly Me Tech­nolo­gies… NEARLY ME® SUPER SOFT® 985 Ultra Light­weight full Tri­an­gle Breast Form The light­est weight, soft­est feel­ing full breast form in the NEARLY ME® mas­tec­tomy prod­uct line. Due to the pop­u­lar­ity of the NEARLY ME® SUPER SOFT® 995 Ultra Lightweight […]

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Searching for Rainbows

Searching for Rainbows

| September 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Newly ini­ti­ated into the sis­ter­hood of breast can­cer, a flood of oncol­ogy ter­mi­nol­ogy over­whelmed my brain — stage III breast can­cer, lymph node involve­ment, chemother­apy, radi­a­tion.   I was in the midst of the storm of breast can­cer but my many years in the men­tal health field had taught me that pos­i­tive think­ing can help manage […]

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Lower Your Risk With B Vitamins

Lower Your Risk With B Vitamins

| September 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

FOLIC ACID Folic acid (also known as folate), is a type of B vit­a­min that is involved in the process of mak­ing pro­teins. It is nec­es­sary for the suc­cess­ful con­struc­tion and repair of DNA and for nor­mal cell divi­sion. With­out it, cells can’t divide prop­erly and can turn can­cer­ous. Dur­ing cell division—the process our body […]

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American Breast Care’s Faces of Inspiration

American Breast Care’s Faces of Inspiration

| June 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

FACES OF INSPIRATION Faces of Inspi­ra­tion fea­tures breast can­cer sto­ries from the newly diag­nosed, sur­vivors and care­givers. Each con­trib­u­tor has opened their heart to give a mere glimpse of their breast can­cer jour­ney. The inclu­sion of the con­trib­u­tors’ pho­tographs bring each story to life. As you read this book, be reminded of the resiliency of […]

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Kisses and Much More

Kisses and Much More

| March 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Chris­tine Horner, MD Per­haps one of your favorite activ­i­ties is putting up the mistle­toe dur­ing the Hol­i­days and get­ting a spe­cial some­one to give you a kiss. But did you know that mistle­toe can also help you if you have breast can­cer? Yes—kisses really do help you to heal, but mistle­toe offers much more. […]

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Financial Wellness After Breast Cancer

Financial Wellness After Breast Cancer

| March 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Bev­erly Vote God wants us to pros­per finan­cially, to have plenty of money, to ful­fill the des­tiny He has laid out for us.  — Joel Osteen, Joel Osteen Min­istries Being diag­nosed with breast can­cer can have dev­as­tat­ing effect in all areas of our life, phys­i­cal, per­sonal, emo­tional – and finan­cial. Many of us never talk […]

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The Thriving Caregiver

The Thriving Caregiver

| February 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Tam­bre Leighn MA, CPC, ELI-MP, Paula Hol­land De Long ACC, CPCC, and Sharon Roth-Lichtenfeld ACC, CPC, ELI-MP Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.  — Theodore Roo­sevelt Spouse, sig­nif­i­cant other, child, rel­a­tive or friend, when some­one you love hears the words, “you have breast can­cer,” you are unexpectedly […]

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