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Battling Breast Cancer Alone: One Uninsured Immigrant’s Story

FRESNO -- When Georgina González learned she had breast cancer, she focused only on the first three letters of her disease. C-A-N. As in, she can survive. As in, yes, it can be done -- a phrase the 54 ... read more

Breast cancer drugs show big promise, experts say

PICTURES - 25 breast cancer myths busted One of the experimental drugs ... 69 died - compared with 96 deaths among the 406 women given Herceptin and chemo alone. The dual treatment did not cause more ... read more

Shannen Doherty Shaves Her Head As Part Of Breast Cancer Battle & Courageously Documents It On Instagram

The act of shaving her head alone — something ... act of bravery, one filled with a sense of control of taking back the power from something that has taken so much from you. In August 2015, Doherty ... read more

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Maryland mom celebrates news of being cancer-free

Lakesha Ball of Columbia, Maryland, had been battling ... to share her story so everyone else who is fighting cancer can understand to always have faith and never feel like you’re alone when you have ... read more


Beating back the depression that can come with breast cancer

"At the beginning I was in shock," she said of her cancer diagnosis and surgery. Now, "I'm going to take everything that life is giving to me." MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF One self-exam ... that ... read more

Young mother recalls fight against breast cancer

But cancer beat Hickerson to the punch. After discovering a lump in one of her breasts, she had a mammogram and biopsy conducted to learn more about the nature of the lump. On Aug. 6, 2012, while at ... read more

Modesto Mother Fighting Cancer Faces Deportation

Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it ... a Modesto woman who is already fighting cancer must now also fight deportation. Martha Lozano, 52, who spoke to FOX40 through a translator ... read more

An Uninsured Immigrant Delays Needed Care

He was accompanied by one ... immigrant populations from all over the world, both before and after the ACA, I have too often heard similar stories of care that was delayed or denied to uninsured ... read more

Safety net for women: Cristi Malone's focus on breast cancer prevention

That mantra has shaped Cristi's life in more ways than one. She is a trial attorney with ... Like many women who devote hours ensuring accessibility to breast cancer detection and providing services ... read more

Sisters Network Orlando

Her group's motto -- "Stop the Silence" -- is a particularly urgent directive to black women, who are actually less likely than white women to get breast cancer but more likely to die from it. Black ... read more

In Appalachia, cancer rates are stubbornly high. One woman’s quest to find out why

The give: Paskett works with local organizations to launch initiatives — setting up community gardens in areas that lack fresh produce, for instance, or spreading awareness about breast cancer ... ... read more

Cate Edwards: Advanced breast cancer about "surviving"

But, a recent survey of women in the advanced breast cancer community found two-thirds of responders felt left out of the pink movement due to the differences between themselves and early-stage ... read more



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