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Monday, December 22, 2014

Grieving for Mother. Part 1

Posted by William on June 7, 2012

“My children are having a difficult time with their lives, and I cannot seem to move on. When does the pain and anger go away?”

My mother was 53 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. It seemed unreal to us. She had never smoked or had any of the typical reasons one would associate with breast cancer. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »

Faces of Breast Cancer Musa Mayer. Part 2

Posted by William on January 26, 2012

 A Complex Disease
“Another message we keep getting from the media is that if you find it early there is 97 percent survival rate. That message is intended not to frighten women. But the reality is that breast cancer is far more complex than that,” Mayer emphasized.

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Faces of Breast Cancer Musa Mayer. Part 1

Posted by William on

For a full year, Musa Mayer, a wife, mother, author and patient advocate, went about her life knowing she had a mass of substantial size in one breast. She knew the lesion was there because she could feel it. And it haunted her.

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