1. braGGs - #ItAintOver

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    braGGs Breast Reconstruction Bras are patent-pending bras for breast cancer survivor and previvors who have had a mastectomy with breast reconstruction.

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    • Touched By An Angel

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      Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia patient Glenda Lebron talks about her treatment for breast cancer by Dr. Ronit Sugar at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. http://www.einstein.edu/cancer/breast-cancer-treatment/

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      • Lori Greiner_Fox

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        A peek inside our bras for breast cancer survivors and previvors who have undergone mastectomy with breast reconstruction.

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        • "Pink & Blue" - Documentary

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          Breast cancer conjures up endless amounts of anxiety and fear. Everyone is familiar with what pink represents, but what about the blue? This documentary takes an in depth look at Male Breast Cancer and the importance of getting tested for the BRCA Gene. Want to get involved? Check out our Kickstarter Campaign and help us raise awareness. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/77350478/pink-and-blue-0 http://www.pinkandbluemovie.com

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          • SHARE Webinar: Hereditary Cancer: Know Your Legal Rights

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            If you have a known genetic mutation or are considering genetic testing for cancer, you may face discrimination by employers and insurers. This informative session acquaints you with the legal protections afforded under GINA (Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act) and other relevant legal issues. Featuring Sandra Park, an attorney for the ACLU Women's Rights Project, who represented the plaintiffs in the case against Myriad Genetics and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The first five minutes are audio only.

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            • BRCA Patients Travel to PRMA for Preventative Mastectomy & Reconstruction

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              Melissa Ray shares her story with KSAT 12 and explains why she chose to have preventative mastectomies and reconstruction at San Antonio's PRMA Plastic Surgery. Learn more about breast reconstruction: http://PRMA-enhance.com http://breast-cancer-reconstruction.b... Join the conversation: http://facebook.com/PRMAplasticsurgery http://twitter.com/DiepFlapBreast

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              • Prophylactic Mastectomy & DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction | PRMA Plastic Surgery

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                PRMA patient Imogene Callahan discusses her decision to have prophylactic mastectomies and immediate DIEP flap breast reconstruction. Learn More About Breast Reconstruction: http://PRMA-enhance.com http://breast-cancer-reconstruction.blogspot.com Join the Conversation: http://facebook.com/PRMAplasticsurgery http://twitter.com/DiepFlapBreast

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                • Times Like These - a story of men with breast cancer

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                  Our documentary with a 6 minute trailer, is now on KICKSTARTER: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/805559970/times-like-these-men-with-breast-cancer-documentar It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month -- and we believe men will fight breast cancer even more knowing they get it too… This is a teaser video for our film Times Like These… a documentary about two extraordinary men, Bob DeVito and Bill Becker – who’ve been diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Bill and Bob were strangers before they were diagnosed. Now, they’ve become best friends – brothers… Breast Cancer Brothers… in their words…. Male breast cancer is rare. There are 2000 new cases diagnosed every year. But it’s deadly. 25% of those men who are diagnosed will die. Bill and Bob’s story is poignant and personal – Their struggles, deeply emotional. By telling their story, our goal is to shine a light on this disease and the challenges these men and their families face. --- This documentary is currently in production. A Kickstarter campaign will be announced soon to aid in completing the film. Nick Sadler, Producer/Director David C. Didato, Producer/DP/Editor Visit the film on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/TIMES-LIKE-THESE-a-documentary-film-about-Men-With-Breast-Cancer/528191920586469?ref=hl

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                  • Cancer in Your Genes

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                    With so much attention paid to cancer risk, it turns out for some people, cancer is in their genes - which is why many people are turning to genetic counselors. “We do a family tree and if there’s a lot of cancers in their family and they meet the criteria, I explain to them what the genetic testing is, what it can do, what can we find out. And then they decide whether or not they want to pursue testing,” says Mary Ann Orlang, genetic counselor with Lee Memorial Health System. As researchers continue unlocking clues in the DNA, genetic counselors are now looking for markers that reveal risk. Notable examples are the BRCA mutations, which can be tested through the Regional Cancer Center. “Yes, we can either do a blood sample or we can do saliva. This kit happens to have mouthwash with it to help collect the buckle cells or cheek cells,” says Orlang. These markers could make the difference between life and death. Genetic testing is giving many women a roadmap for care. If they have BRCA mutations, many will have surgery to remove their breasts, ovaries and for the most part, their risk. “In your lifetime you have 60-90% chance of developing breast cancer. And in terms of ovarian cancer the numbers are somewhere around 30-35%. It’s certainly significant when you think about the average risk for a woman developing breast cancer would be somewhere around 1.5% in their lifetime,” says Dr. Frank Rodriguez, oncologist on Lee Memorial Health System’s medical staff. Based on successes in breast, ovarian, prostate and colorectal cancers, there is more movement in identifying cancer-linked DNA. “There are so many genes and so many proteins and the way that your genetic code has so many moving parts, there’s plenty of room for people who want to do research,” says Dr. Rodriguez. Meaning someday each one of us may know our individual cancer risks. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                    • Le psycho-oncologue

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                      Anne Brédart, psycho-oncologue à l'Institut Curie.

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