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Until Every Woman Knows
12/08/2016 at 16:55. Facebook
Jen and her doctor turned to Oncotype DX when she was diagnosed with DCIS Stage 0 #breastcancer to help guide her treatment decisions. Read more about her story and #PassItOn
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Until Every Woman Knows
12/05/2016 at 17:39. Facebook
Focus on the future and the wonders it may bring. #MondayMotivation #PassItOn
Until Every Woman Knows
12/01/2016 at 17:47. Facebook
Today marks the first day of December. We encourage you to finish the year #strong by getting to work on your goals. What would you like to achieve this month? Comment below and you might inspire someone else. #PassItOn
Try to make every day count. #MondayMotivation #PassItOn
“If you live with breast cancer, love someone with breast cancer or worry about your risk for breast cancer, you are part of a global community of women and men whose lives have been touched by the disease." Read these #breastcancer stories via The New York Times

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Faces of Breast Cancer

#TBT to last year when our #PassItOn community shared their stories of small acts of kindness. Thank you Jackie for sharing your story. No act of kindness – no matter how small – is ever wasted. Share your story below and tag someone you’re thankful for. #HappyThanksgiving
How will you make someone smile today? #MondayMotivation #PassItOn
It’s important to take care of yourself so that you can offer care to others. What is one thing you’ll do to care for yourself this month? Comment below to #PassItOn! #CaregiversMonth [ Ow.ly Link ]

National Family Caregivers Month Theme | Caregiver Action Network

Whether you have had #breastcancer or know someone who has been diagnosed, we’d love to hear about your experience. Share your story by following this link: [ Mybreastcancertreatment.org Link ] #PassItOn

Submit Your Story | MyBreastCancerTreatment.org

The way we choose to see things can make a big difference. #MondayMotivation #PassItOn
According to Family Caregiver Alliance, in the U.S. alone, about 34.2 million people have served as caregivers to an adult age 50 or older in the last year. In honor of #NationalFamilyCaregiversMonth this November, TAG a caregiver in the comments below to let them know they are appreciated. #PassItOn
“As friends and caregivers, we are eager to provide support, but often struggle to find the best way to do it.” Check out this article about the six things women with #breastcancer want their friends and families to know. Comment below with other ideas! #PassItOn #NationalFamilyCaregiversMonth
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6 things women with breast cancer want their friends to know

What’s your favorite way to brighten someone’s day? Comment below to #PassItOn #MondayMotivation
Chrissy was diagnosed with #breastcancer at just 8 years old. She says, “it’s important to be aware of your body no matter what age you are.” SHARE this post to #PassItOn!
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9-Year-Old Utah Girl Diagnosed with Breast Cancer Inspires Others: ‘Be...

Where do you find beauty in life? Comment below to #PassItOn. #WednesdayWisdom
Yesterday we shared a video featuring Mike who was diagnosed with #malebreastcancer and used genomic testing to help him decide to forego chemotherapy. Today he shares an update with the community. SHARE Mike’s story to #PassItOn!
“I continue to work to live my life to the fullest and enjoy all the blessing life offers. I have my first granddaughter, Maddie, born in January. Second one is...
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The American Cancer Society reports that 1 in 1,000 men will be diagnosed with #breastcancer. Mike, a male breast cancer survivor, explains how he made his treatment decision with the help of information he got from his #Oncotype DX breast cancer Recurrence Score. Watch his #ScoreStory and comment below to share your own!
MYTH: All breast cancer patients benefit from chemotherapy. FACT: Only 4 in 100 early-stage breast cancer patients actually benefit from chemotherapy. #FactFriday
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How do you know which test to get after diagnosted with #breastacancer? Breastcancer.org founder Dr. Marisa Weiss explains which tests matter.

Genetic Tests That Make a Difference After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

After hearing about genomic testing from a friend, Susan discovered that she would benefit from chemotherapy to treat her #breastcancer. Read her story here: [ Goo.gl Link ]. Today she shares an update with the #PassItOn community: “Going on over 10 years. Grateful for all the support I’ve had!”