Breast Cancer Survivor Shares Recovery Journal, Offers Advice for Those in Treatment

Breast Cancer Survivor Shares Recovery Journal, Offers Advice for Those in Treatment

Breast Cancer Survivor Shares Recovery Journal, Offers Advice for Those in Treatment

He further pointed out that women should look out for signs such as a change in the breast size around the nipple, on the skin, bloody nipple discharge or sores.

The Controllers club held a "bail and bond" fundraiser at Oktibbeha County Justice Court this morning.

"October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and with the month coming to a close, the gym is making sure there is still an opportunity to make some last minute donations to 'Making Strides against Breast Cancer".

To study competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the Breast Cancer Therapeutics industry.

Founder and CEO of Orion Digital, Shanker Joyrama, said, "At Orion Digital, we recognise how important breast cancer awareness is as most of our team members are women".

Earlier, Chairperson of Kwara NAWOJ, Mrs Ayobola Olupinla, said the high death rate attributed to breast cancer informed the reason for the seminar.

"We fed them, we kept them entertained with videos and trivia games so it wasn't boring, the process may have been a little long because some patients we had to stay a little longer with, but we had a good batch of doctors, students from the American University of Antigua who helped out, Breast Friends and Lions", she said. "For over 130 years, Avon has inspired the financial independence, health and wellbeing of women - and the fight against breast cancer is central to their mission", officials said.

Celebrated poet and essayist Nina Riggs was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 37, and within a year, she learned it was terminal. According to the latest statistics presented by the Canadian Breast Cancer foundation, 26,300 women and 230 men had been diagnosed with breast cancer in Canada in 2017.

Dr. Nsaful, however, added that a Stage III to IV breast cancer is much lower with 22 to 72 per cent survival rate. Tracey Drayton, who leads the church's breast cancer ministry, spoke to the congregation. It contains flashcards that cover all Breast Cancer Care's traditional information and more recent innovations in care, like mindfulness meditation. "Too many people are coming down at a late stage where much can not be done and you are then given palliative care", she stated.

Feedback from participants who have attended the workshops has been very positive with one woman commenting: "A great incentive to stay healthy with a group of like-minded people". That progress is attributed to improvements in early detection and treatment protocols.

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