A 60 year breast cancer survivor tells her story

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I am blogging from sunny San Diego this week and I came across an article online in the Tennesean newspaper which I  just had to share with you. It tells the story of Evelyn Vaden,… Continue reading

Side Effects of Aromatase Inhibitors

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Women being treated for breast cancer with aromatase inhibitors may experience extremely low estrogen levels resulting in a wide variety of side effects that a typical postmenopausal woman without cancer may not experience.… Continue reading

Determining fertility after cancer

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As soon as I had finished the last of my cancer treatment, I was anxious to get some tests done to see what damage had been done to my reproductive system and what… Continue reading

Jane Fonda “Lucky” Breast Cancer Caught Early

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Jane Fonda, the 72-year old Oscar-winning actress/fitness guru discovered she had breast cancer a few weeks ago when a small tumor was found during a routine checkup. She says she is now cancer… Continue reading

While I am away…

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I am off on a trip to San Diego this week, so take care of yourselves while I am away 🙂

Smile Saturday

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Poetry Friday

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Today’s poem comes from the pen of Jackie Fox, a breast cancer survivor and writer living in Nebraska. Jackie is the author of  From Zero to Mastectomy: What I Learned and You Need to… Continue reading

Using social networking to promote social good

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A few months ago I wrote a post on how social media is an ally in our fight against cancer and as you know it is ne my favourite topics of discussion. Our guest… Continue reading

Interview on The Jasmine Show

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On Monday, I had the pleasure of being interviewed on The Jasmine Show on Dublin South FM. The topic was surviving breast cancer with an emphasis on what survivors need emotionally and holistically.… Continue reading

The story of the cracked pot

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A waterbearer in India had two large pots, one hung on each end of a pole, which he carried across his neck. One of the pots had a crack in it. While the… Continue reading