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Tammy Michalski Hansen
Tammy Michalski Hansen

Thank God I was one of the lucky ones that made it through this horrible diease. I pray for any friends that have breast cancer. Just think position and keep tellin yourself you can make it.. You will not let it beat you.

Gerardo Ovalle
Gerardo Ovalle

This is important because no one should go through the pain of losing a loved one

Michelle Battle
Michelle Battle

This is important because I have friends and family that have breast cancer.

Mari Valentin
Mari Valentin

This is a very inportant cause there is too many women dying of breast cancer

Fiona Frith
Fiona Frith

Breast cancer prevention is very important to me as I am a breast cancer survivor, 5 years now YEAH! I have been though all the ups and downs and come though the other end luckily for me but not so lucky for some friends I have lost along the way they, "fly with the angels now ". So how wonderful it would be to have a cure for this terrible disease. Thanks for listening Fiona x

Helen Williams
Helen Williams
  • Fiona Frith

Im a survivor too ... will be three years this year - I have to live with lymphoedema every day in varying amounts of pain, but it is all worth it to know I am winning my fight so far .... Ive met some amazing strong and very brave women, not all of whom have been as lucky as me - ironically the GP who diagnosed me has since passed away herself due to this horrible disease ... I hope some day they can cure this awful disease that destroys so many lives each year

Fiona Frith
Fiona Frith
  • Fiona Frith

Hi Helen Wonderful news that you are a survivour too... Sad that you have to struggle with lymphoedema and are in pain.. Hoping that your pain eases in the near future x I feel that most people touched by this disease have some scars unfortunately. I myself was left with a damaged lung from the radiation treatment which i also struggle with when the winter months hit.. It was nice hearing from you thankyou it is nice to know there are people out there who know how you feel Fiona x

Cesiah Galan
Cesiah Galan

My mom is a cancer survivor and overcomer, a God's living miracle! But I've lost so many wonderful women because of this awful disease... And out there, there are so many women fighting against it on their own. It is time to fight together!

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CANCER PREVENTION FOODS TO EAT >>>
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Rhea Martin Brunet
Rhea Martin Brunet
  • SimpleGreen GreatPlanet

That's a good advice!

SimpleGreen GreatPlanet
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  • SimpleGreen GreatPlanet

DO READ IN FULL >
CANCER PREVENTION FOODS TO Eat & Foods that PREVENT - Breast CANCER
DO EAT >> Broccoli, which is rich in Sulforaphane & Indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers,
including Breast, Bladder, Lymphoma, Prostate & Lung CANCER.
Pls Do Eat > Flaxseed, Garlic, FRUITS - Leechy & Pomegranate, Apple,
FISH SALMON, Dark Green Leafy Vegetable, Legumes, Brazil Nuts &
Green TEA, Turmeric, Peppers, Walnut, Berries & Whole...

DO READ IN FULL >
CANCER PREVENTION FOODS TO Eat & Foods that PREVENT - Breast CANCER
DO EAT >> Broccoli, which is rich in Sulforaphane & Indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers,
including Breast, Bladder, Lymphoma, Prostate & Lung CANCER.
Pls Do Eat > Flaxseed, Garlic, FRUITS - Leechy & Pomegranate, Apple,
FISH SALMON, Dark Green Leafy Vegetable, Legumes, Brazil Nuts &
Green TEA, Turmeric, Peppers, Walnut, Berries & Whole Grains
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- Say NO to ALCOHOL (even moderate intake can up CANCER RISK )
- Refined carbohydrates (comprise flour and added sugar)
- Low-fat and low carb snacks (candies, cakes, chips, soda)
- Red meat (beef, pork, mutton), grilled meat creates compounds called -
heterocyclic amines linked to breast cancer risk.
- Avoid foods that contain saturated and trans-fats (most likely to be found in fried foods)
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) too, concluded that over the last two decades there has been a steep rise in the statistics pertaining to women being diagnosed with breast cancer. So grave is the scenario that in India, breast cancer has been declared the most common form of cancer, -
Broccoli and broccoli sprouts As a cruciferous (belonging to the plant family Cruciferae) vegetable along with cauliflower, brussels sprouts, cabbage and kale; broccoli is rich in sulforaphane and indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers, including breast, bladder, lymphoma, prostate and lung cancer.
Pls. Do Eat >Brazil Nuts, Legumes - Flaxseed, GARLIC, FRUITS - LEECHY & Pomegranate, FISH - SALMON, Dark Green Leafy Vegetable, Broccoli, Green TEA, Turmeric, Peppers, Walnut, Berries, Whole Grains, Legumes & Brazil Nuts
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has predicted that by 2020 the number of breast cancer cases will jump to an alarming figure and one in every eight women would run the risk of developing the disease in her lifetime. -
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Jan Parker
Jan Parker

i may be 71 but have lost 2 cousins with breast cancer and over 70
one cannot get free tests, or so i have been told. congratulations angelina
for what you have done for every female, i pray everyone reads all this

SimpleGreen GreatPlanet
SimpleGreen GreatPlanet
  • Jan Parker

DO READ ON CANCER PREVENTION FOODS TO EAT >>>
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has predicted that by 2020 the number of Breast CANCER cases will jump to an alarming figure. Foods that PREVENT - Breast CANCER
DO EAT Broccoli, which is rich in Sulforaphane & Indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers, including Breast, Bladder, Lymphoma, Prostate & Lung CANCER.
Also eat > Flaxseed, Garlic, FRUITS - Leechy & Pomegranate, Apple,
FISH...

DO READ ON CANCER PREVENTION FOODS TO EAT >>>
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has predicted that by 2020 the number of Breast CANCER cases will jump to an alarming figure. Foods that PREVENT - Breast CANCER
DO EAT Broccoli, which is rich in Sulforaphane & Indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers, including Breast, Bladder, Lymphoma, Prostate & Lung CANCER.
Also eat > Flaxseed, Garlic, FRUITS - Leechy & Pomegranate, Apple,
FISH SALMON, Dark Green Leafy Vegetable, Legumes, Brazil Nuts &
Green TEA, Turmeric, Peppers, Walnut, Berries & Whole Grains
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Say NO to ALCOHOL (even moderate intake can up CANCER RISK )
- Refined carbohydrates (comprise flour and added sugar)
- Low-fat and low carb snacks (candies, cakes, chips, soda)
- Red meat (beef, pork, mutton), grilled meat creates compounds called -
heterocyclic amines linked to breast cancer risk.
- Avoid foods that contain saturated and trans-fats (most likely to be found in fried foods)
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) too, concluded that over the last two decades there has been a steep rise in the statistics pertaining to women being diagnosed with breast cancer. So grave is the scenario that in India, breast cancer has been declared the most common form of cancer, -
Broccoli and broccoli sprouts As a cruciferous (belonging to the plant family Cruciferae) vegetable along with cauliflower, brussels sprouts, cabbage and kale; broccoli is rich in sulforaphane and indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers, including breast, bladder, lymphoma, prostate and lung cancer.
Pls. Do Eat >Brazil Nuts, Legumes - Flaxseed, GARLIC, FRUITS - LEECHY & Pomegranate, FISH - SALMON, Dark Green Leafy Vegetable, Broccoli, Green TEA, Turmeric, Peppers, Walnut, Berries, Whole Grains, Legumes & Brazil Nuts
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has predicted that by 2020 the number of breast cancer cases will jump to an alarming figure and one in every eight women would run the risk of developing the disease in her lifetime. -
Pls. SHARE this Important details with Friends & Relatives >
& also Support Green Environment
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Jan Parker
Jan Parker
  • Jan Parker

thankyou for your reply, i do eat most of the veges, salmon, nuts, what about chicken i normally grill it

Sarah Cherry Royal
Sarah Cherry Royal

my mom died from cancer

SimpleGreen GreatPlanet
SimpleGreen GreatPlanet
  • Sarah Cherry Royal

DO READ ON CANCER PREVENTION FOODS TO EAT >>>
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has predicted that by 2020 the number of Breast CANCER cases will jump to an alarming figure. Foods that PREVENT - Breast CANCER
DO EAT Broccoli, which is rich in Sulforaphane & Indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers, including Breast, Bladder, Lymphoma, Prostate & Lung CANCER.
Also eat > Flaxseed, Garlic, FRUITS - Leechy & Pomegranate, Apple,
FISH...

DO READ ON CANCER PREVENTION FOODS TO EAT >>>
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has predicted that by 2020 the number of Breast CANCER cases will jump to an alarming figure. Foods that PREVENT - Breast CANCER
DO EAT Broccoli, which is rich in Sulforaphane & Indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers, including Breast, Bladder, Lymphoma, Prostate & Lung CANCER.
Also eat > Flaxseed, Garlic, FRUITS - Leechy & Pomegranate, Apple,
FISH SALMON, Dark Green Leafy Vegetable, Legumes, Brazil Nuts &
Green TEA, Turmeric, Peppers, Walnut, Berries & Whole Grains
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Say NO to ALCOHOL (even moderate intake can up CANCER RISK )
- Refined carbohydrates (comprise flour and added sugar)
- Low-fat and low carb snacks (candies, cakes, chips, soda)
- Red meat (beef, pork, mutton), grilled meat creates compounds called -
heterocyclic amines linked to breast cancer risk.
- Avoid foods that contain saturated and trans-fats (most likely to be found in fried foods)
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) too, concluded that over the last two decades there has been a steep rise in the statistics pertaining to women being diagnosed with breast cancer. So grave is the scenario that in India, breast cancer has been declared the most common form of cancer, -
Broccoli and broccoli sprouts As a cruciferous (belonging to the plant family Cruciferae) vegetable along with cauliflower, brussels sprouts, cabbage and kale; broccoli is rich in sulforaphane and indoles, which are shown to regulate cell growth in multiple ways and help fight a range of cancers, including breast, bladder, lymphoma, prostate and lung cancer.
Pls. Do Eat >Brazil Nuts, Legumes - Flaxseed, GARLIC, FRUITS - LEECHY & Pomegranate, FISH - SALMON, Dark Green Leafy Vegetable, Broccoli, Green TEA, Turmeric, Peppers, Walnut, Berries, Whole Grains, Legumes & Brazil Nuts
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has predicted that by 2020 the number of breast cancer cases will jump to an alarming figure and one in every eight women would run the risk of developing the disease in her lifetime. -
Pls. SHARE this Important details with Friends & Relatives >
& also Support Green Environment
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Clella Lee
Clella Lee
  • Sarah Cherry Royal

I would if I had family history & I could afford it!!!

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