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I'm Mary Smith, and I'm a healthcare professional
USA Today presented an article introducing an inspiring ovarian cancer survivor by the name of Shannon Miller, who happens to be a former Olympic gold-medal gymnast. Shannon, 34 yrs old and mother ...
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  • Mon May 2, 2011 ·
My goal is to see that no woman has to face cancer alone
I recently saw a Tweet stating that aspartame was safe for Diabetics; talk about misleading information. Aspartame is not safe for anyone and should never have been approved as safe for human cons...
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  • Mon Apr 25, 2011 ·
My goal is to see that no woman has to face cancer alone
The Road to Recovery Surgery for removal of cancer can be tough on the body; pain and swelling are common, and often, as in the case of mastectomy, arms need to be retrained to perform even the mo...
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  • Sun Apr 24, 2011 · Like1
My goal is to see that no woman has to face cancer alone
For those of you who expressed interest in the conference, please see the following: "New Developments in Natural, Integrative, Complementary & Alternative Therapies" Ann will be talking abo...
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  • Sun Apr 24, 2011 ·
My goal is to see that no woman has to face cancer alone
Surgery for removal of cancer can be tough on the body; pain and swelling are common, and often, as in the case of mastectomy, arms need to be retrained to perform even the most basic tasks. I rem...
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  • Mon Apr 18, 2011 · Like1
I'm Sunflower's Sister, and I support someone with Ovarian Cancer
Hi, I'm the sister of an ovarian cancer survivor. She and I have created a new website to provide a source of information and inspiration for women living with Ovarian Cancer, and for their famil...
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  • Sun Apr 17, 2011 · Like1
My goal is to see that no woman has to face cancer alone
I could not agree more...jokes, humor, laughter...they can all help the healing process, and never underestimate the power of a tickle fest. Really, feeling down, grab your child, niece, nephew..b...
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  • Mon Apr 18, 2011 · Like2
I'm Debbie, and I support someone with cancer
How long should someone on Xeloda be isolated from family and friends at home? How long is the Xeloda left in the body after treatments are finished?
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  • Fri Apr 15, 2011 ·
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Yes. When I finished my radiation 6 years ago I contacted a Tulsa Cancer Center that was dong trials with acupuncture for this condition. They were extremely helpful and provided the acupuncture de...
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  • Sat Apr 16, 2011 ·
I'm Jolanta, and I'm a healthcare professional
Hello! I work in a place like this. Feel free to ask me any questions about this kind of treatment. Jolanta
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  • Thu Apr 28, 2011 ·

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