Brenda Kline
Brenda Kline

A friend of mine is dealing with breast cancer for the third time. This time we pray they take care of it for good.They catch at an early stage.

Roxana Chaviano
Roxana Chaviano

My mom was diagnosed last year with breast cancer. I was devastated and so was she. Her mammogram was negative and we didnt find out it was a carcinoma after 6 months after because she was wrongly diagnosed after they finally realized and performed surgery she still needtreated most aggressive treatment. The doctors would tell me she was going to die and the chemo treatment was just decrease the rate of the disease. I would pray every night so that it was me! ( my mom has always been afraid...

My mom was diagnosed last year with breast cancer. I was devastated and so was she. Her mammogram was negative and we didnt find out it was a carcinoma after 6 months after because she was wrongly diagnosed after they finally realized and performed surgery she still needtreated most aggressive treatment. The doctors would tell me she was going to die and the chemo treatment was just decrease the rate of the disease. I would pray every night so that it was me! ( my mom has always been afraid of the doctors)
We never stopped pushing her to keep fighting. At time it would get so bad she would say silly things like she was never going back for the treatment. It gets hard but you have to keep pushing and inspiring the person you love to get better.
We did the Race for the CUre a couple of months after she had finished treatment. She loved it. She's happy to be alive and still going strong.

Lisa Barker Shannon
Lisa Barker Shannon

I am a 6 year survivor, and am so thankful for this extra time with my daughter and grandchildren. I had the procedure called Mammosite, which consisted of a lumpectomy, and 5 days of radiation twice a day. I thank God every day, and have re-arranged my priorities in life.

Rhonda Blair Snyder
Rhonda Blair Snyder

was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast cancer in Jan. 2004. It was between stage 3 and 4. After several chemo treatments, surgery to have both removed, radiation and more chemo, I survived. My advice...never ever give up hope, take fun people to all treatments and laugh your way thru them, and do whatever it takes to get thru each moment. Sometimes "one day at a time" is just too big. Only after 8 years did I begin to feel like a survivor. I have a second chance at life...I won't waste...

was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast cancer in Jan. 2004. It was between stage 3 and 4. After several chemo treatments, surgery to have both removed, radiation and more chemo, I survived. My advice...never ever give up hope, take fun people to all treatments and laugh your way thru them, and do whatever it takes to get thru each moment. Sometimes "one day at a time" is just too big. Only after 8 years did I begin to feel like a survivor. I have a second chance at life...I won't waste it. Don't you waste it either. live, laugh and don't ever let the beast win. Hang on to a sense of humor..laughter chases the monster away at least for awhile. DON'T EVER GIVE UP HOPE....carry it like a shield...find strength in your family and friends. Mine were my support beams...they were there when I felt like I couldn't go on. They helped me thru the 2nd worst time in my life. The 1st worse time was watching my sister fade away because of liver cancer. Stay strong, laugh often.

Michele Boles
Michele Boles

I found out I had stage 4 breast metastisis cancer in early 2008. Had eight chemo treatments that included three very aggressive chemo meds. This shrunk my tumor so that I could have a lumpectomy. All my cancer spots went away. I was told I would probably not live more than 1 to 5 years. As you can see, I am still here and in remission. I am not cureable though. I should be an inspiration to other females.....there is hope. Have faith and be positive! I had alot of support. My...

I found out I had stage 4 breast metastisis cancer in early 2008. Had eight chemo treatments that included three very aggressive chemo meds. This shrunk my tumor so that I could have a lumpectomy. All my cancer spots went away. I was told I would probably not live more than 1 to 5 years. As you can see, I am still here and in remission. I am not cureable though. I should be an inspiration to other females.....there is hope. Have faith and be positive! I had alot of support. My Oncolgist is a great doctor and his nursing staff were fantastic with me. God can do miracles! Prayer is very important with having cancer. Enjoy each day that you wake up too. Life can be too short. Make the best of each day and be thankful. Keep busy, eat good foods and exercise or walk. God has blessed me and you can be blessed as well. :)

Brian Lovett
Brian Lovett

My mother past away in the early 70's when there wasn't such treatment as today.
All they believed in was cutting off the breast one by one. I had to watch my mother suffer, while her parts were being elimate.
I thank God that I was blessed to spend whatever time I could spend with her.
But I do know without a doubt that she is with our Heavenly God, letting her spirit give me strength to go through my dark moments.
Thank you mom (Christine Lovett ) for being without question a loving mother always there for her baby boy son (Brian)

Angela Lovell
Angela Lovell

found a small lump & within 3 weeks I had a diagnoses & biopsy lumpectomy & the lymph nodes & surrounding tissue removed 6 months chemo & 6ks radio & I am a 12.5 year survivor.
My brother found a lump in his breast,thought it was a muscle,I told him to see a Dr because men can get breast cancer too & after all the treatment the same as I had he is a (6 year) survivor too. Check often Women & men & if you women are asked to go for a mammogram please do & you can be a survivor too.Bless you ALL .

Damian Kametani
Damian Kametani

F breast cancer is all I have to say. I've had friends my age(38) n younger have it n are beating it. I support them and all women. We will beat this. As a guy, I'm here to fight n be part of the battle until we beat this damn thing!!! To all those who have or had breast cancers, you are my heros. My thoughts n prayers are always with you.

Margaret White
Margaret White

i had a lumpectomy , in may 1988 and the nhs staff were excellent , my sister had a lumpectomy in september this year so i would encourage women and men to get regular mammograms

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