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Martina McBride’s “I’m Gonna Love You Through It” Honors Those With Breast Cancer [VIDEO]

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and if you haven’t already heard it, Martina McBride has an incredible song out that deals specifically with people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and the family members who have supported them.

 

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Living With Breast Cancer – Andrea Nugent

Andrea Nugent
Diagnosed: Age 39
Currently NED as of March 2011
Now: Age 42

"I have a new zest for life and feel obligated to give back. Cancer has forever changed me. Through the storm, I am able to experience the life I always wanted. I had to have t

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Living With Breast Cancer – Roxanne Martinez

Roxanne Martinez
Diagnosed: Age 30
Currently NED
Now: Age 31

"This year, I battled breast cancer while pregnant and won. I'm now living the best possible life I can. I wouldn't change a thing about my journey."

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Living With Cancer – Sonya Rose Atkinson

Sonya Rose Atkinson
Diagnosed: Age 39
Currently battling hereditary breast cancer
Now: Age 40

"I'm climbing the highest mountains to survive, with many challenges along the way.

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Common Breast Cancer Related Fears (Sponsored Content)

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and while the constant discussion of breast cancer flooding communities is informing, educating and encouraging people around the world to be aware of the disease, it has also generated a lot of breast-cancer-related fears

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How Do I Lower My Risk of Breast Cancer?

Every woman wants to know what she can do to lower her risk of breast cancer.

According to BreastCancer.Org, today there are many risk factors that have contributed to more women being diagnosed with breast cancer. Most breast cancers are actually not inherited (only about 5% to 10% are)

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Understanding Mammograms (Sponsored Content)

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends that women aged 50 and older get a mammography every two years while other organizations recommend screenings every year starting at age 40. However, women who are at a high risk for breast cancer (eg: those with a family history) are encouraged to receive regular screenings and may need to have mammograms starting at an earlier age and more often.

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El Paso Ghost Tour Tonight to Benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation

El Paso Ghost Tours will be doing a benefit tour in downtown El Paso tonight from 8pm to 11pm! All proceeds will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer research. It will be a minimum donation of $15 to attend

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Tri-State Cosmetology Has Gone Pink!!!

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month my very good friends at Tri-State Cosmetology are going Pink the whole month of October!

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Chevrolet Service Customers Can Donate Their Service Rebates to the American Cancer Society

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Chevrolet service customers have the option of donating their $5, $10 and $25 service rebates for oil changes and brake pad service to the American Cancer Society.

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Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Breast Cancer

October is national breast cancer awareness month so schedule your annual mammogram and encourage your loved ones to do the same. Early detection can save lives, therefore be prepared to meet with your doctor by reviewing the “Questions to Ask the Doctor About Breast Cancer” series brought to you by Susan B. Komen for the Cure. The series (also available in Spanish) includes 14 topic cards that contain pertinent questions to discuss with your doctor regarding a specific breast cancer topic.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month – 4 Groups You Can Donate To Right Now

National nonprofits and physicians’ organizations dedicate every October to the cause of breast cancer awareness — raising funds for research and helping ensure that all women are able to receive regular screenings.

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