My Chemo Drama That Wasn’t

By Mary / Guest Blogger
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December 10, 2014

In November, I’m celebrated my one-year anniversary of finishing six rounds of chemotherapy for early-stage breast cancer. Having been educated by mainstream media, I thought I would be in bed for four months, only getting up to rush to the bathroom and hang my bald head over the toilet. I would be emaciated, weak and […]

‘Cool’ Therapy Helps Prevent Hair Loss

By Muriel the Editor
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November 14, 2014

Breast Cancer Awareness Month has ended and  I wanted to give you an update about something I shared last year in this blog.  It’s about a “new” treatment that allowed a four-time cancer survivor and a friend of mine to keep a full head of hair, despite undergoing many rounds of chemotherapy. How Cool is […]

Breast cancer surgery? What You Should Ask

By Dora Escobedo BSN MSN ARNP
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January 27, 2014

My first “What Your Should Ask” questions and answers appeared in November of last year and there was considerable response.  As a result, I realized I should continue the educating process by moving on to the next phase of breast cancer treatment, which is breast cancer surgery. I realize you may not even know what […]