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How I Found Out my Cancer Came Back | Metastatic Breast Cancer

From a cough to "your cancer spread to your lungs" type of a day.

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From a cough to "your cancer spread to your lungs" type of a day.

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Date: 07/15/17
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QCam: Breast Cancer Care Fashion Show 2015!

Published on Oct 13, 2015

Will Gowing captures all the action from the Breast Cancer Care London Fashion Show 2015! Find out more about the work QVC do with this incredible charity here - http://qvcuk.com/BreastCancerCare

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Published on Oct 13, 2015

Will Gowing captures all the action from the Breast Cancer Care London Fashion Show 2015! Find out more about the work QVC do with this incredible charity here - http://qvcuk.com/BreastCancerCare

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Date: 09/06/16
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Date: 09/06/16
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Breast Cancer Risk facters

Published on Sep 6, 2016

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The main risk factors for breast cancer are things you cannot change: being a woman, getting older, and having certain gene changes. These make your risk of breast cancer higher. But having a risk factor, or even many, does not mean that you are sure to get the disease.
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Published on Sep 6, 2016

Breast Cancer Risk factersBreast Cancer Risk facters
The main risk factors for breast cancer are things you cannot change: being a woman, getting older, and having certain gene changes. These make your risk of breast cancer higher. But having a risk factor, or even many, does not mean that you are sure to get the disease.
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Science Saves: Valerie | Memorial Sloan Kettering

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In 2014, Valerie was diagnosed with locally advanced breast cancer. In this short film directed by award-winning filmmaker David Gelb, see how science not only saved her life, but allowed her to continue her journey as a wife, mother, and special education teacher.

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I love the idea of being able to impact someone’s life, to change it forever. I wanted to be that teacher for my students so that when they graduate, I want them to go back and say: “Mrs. Hamilton always told me that I was valuable – that I have value and worth in my life.”

I was here in this room and I remember I was leaning on the wall. And I sobbed. And sobbed. Because, I felt afraid. And because I didn’t want to leave here – I didn’t want to leave my children; my husband; my mom and dad; my sister; my brothers and my friends.

Valerie came to see me as a second opinion. She said: “Well, I’ve been diagnosed with cancer and I’ve been told that I need a mast-… mastectomy.” And she couldn’t even get the word out.

Well, when I was first told that I needed a mastectomy, and that it would be the removal of the breast, you don’t really know what to say. You’re sitting there listening and hoping that they’re making a mistake.

I don’t know that I felt more fear than she did, but I was definitely afraid. I was afraid because she’s a colleague, she’s a woman, she’s a mother, she’s a teacher, but…. she’s also my friend.

The first thing I said to her was: “Why do you need a mastectomy?” She explained that the other doctor she had seen had told her this was her best course.

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In 2014, Valerie was diagnosed with locally advanced breast cancer. In this short film directed by award-winning filmmaker David Gelb, see how science not only saved her life, but allowed her to continue her journey as a wife, mother, and special education teacher.

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I love the idea of being able to impact someone’s life, to change it forever. I wanted to be that teacher for my students so that when they graduate, I want them to go back and say: “Mrs. Hamilton always told me that I was valuable – that I have value and worth in my life.”

I was here in this room and I remember I was leaning on the wall. And I sobbed. And sobbed. Because, I felt afraid. And because I didn’t want to leave here – I didn’t want to

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Date: 09/06/16
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