My mother and grandmother had breast cancer. My mother's doctor told her that her daughter had a 99.9% chance of also having it.
I have a grandma and an aunt that have lost breast because of cancer, it is so sad to watch someone go through this and I don't want to be one of them, there has to be a cure...
I don't know any women who have not been touched by this issue in one way or another. Either personally, or intimately breast cancer is never a casual encounter!
My grandma was just diagnosed with it a few weeks ago and she is like my second Mom and I don't want my mother, aunts, cousins, sister myself or even my daughter to have to face the scare like she did. I love you Nanny!
I want to see the preservation of Life.
o meu pai morreu de cancro e o sofrimento foi muito grande.
Important not only for me, but for all of us, men and women!
Because Breast Cancer effects everyone. Not just the patient, but everyone who knows that person! Btwn my 3 daughters and myself, the odds are high! It frightens me!
I have several friends who has been there also a sister-in-law and I would love to see a cure. Blessings to all.
Hi. My wife was diagnosed with Breast Cancer one month after our daughter was born. I have set up a fundraising campaign to help offset the costs associated with this horrifying diagnosis. The website is http://www.indiegogo.com/Cancer-Help?a=749991.
Please help me get the word out. Last Thursday, her father was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. We are fighting a combined battle.