breast cancer

I have chronicled my experience with breast cancer in several posts. I’ll keep a running list of them here. Read them, share them, talk to the people in your lives about them. Women must serve as their own health advocates. We need to arm ourselves with questions about our bodies and history and communicate with our doctors regularly.

“Boobie Wednesday”

Post-Boobie Wednesday

Let’s Talk About . . .

Scars

Pink All Over

“Boobie Wednesday” and the State of Women’s Health

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One response to “breast cancer

  1. Kim

    Have been reading some of your blog posts and articles you RT. You absolutely should shout out! The pink ribbon club shouts out. I don’t think one size fits all and I look forward to discussions. I am not an activist, but I have opinions. I’ll go to Congress with you and ask for more, let me know when!!!

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