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Woman Meditating | Breast Cancer Car Donations

How to Practice Self-Care after Your Breast Cancer Diagnosis Being diagnosed with breast cancer can cause a 180-degree turn in anyone’s life. Days will be mostly spent going to the doctor, getting treatment, and recovering from the disease. In other words, the avalanche of changes that comes with a breast cancer diagnosis can be extremely […]

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Woman Volunteer Enjoying with Kids | Breast Cancer Car Donations

The 4 Major Rewards of Philanthropy While charity focuses on alleviating the suffering of humankind caused by various social problems, philanthropy seeks to eliminate these social problems. In other words, charity is when you give food to a hungry person while philanthropy is when you teach that same person how to produce their own food. […]

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Women Workout Outdoors | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Exercise Tips for Breast Cancer Patients If you were recently diagnosed with breast cancer or is currently undergoing treatment, it goes without saying that you need to take good care of yourself. Aside from eating the right kinds of food and getting enough sleep, you also need to stay physically active. The good news is, […]

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Be Kind Sticker on a Wall | Breast Cancer Car Donations

World Kindness Day: Make Someone’s Day Today! When was the last time you made someone’s day by simply greeting them with a pleasant “good morning” or perhaps giving them a compliment? Whether it was a long time ago or just yesterday, for sure, you were able to lift their spirits up. After all, a simple […]

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Woman Holding Cup of Latte | Breast Cancer Car Donations

What Chemo Does to Your Nails and How to Prevent It Besides the unavoidable hair loss brought about by chemotherapy, changes in nails are also among the treatment’s side effects. Whether it’s a change in color, texture, or shape, nail changes are inevitable to anyone who has undergone chemo. Chemotherapy and Nail Changes Since certain […]

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Strand of DNA | Breast Cancer Car Donations

BRCA Gene Mutation: What You Need to Know A number of factors can contribute to the development of breast cancer, including lifestyle, age, gender, and genes. With recent technological advancements, it’s now possible to determine if a mutated gene has been passed down from a parent to their child. In fact, a famous actress decided […]

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Woman Ejoying the Cup of Water | Breast Cancer Car Donations

How to Manage Fatigue While Battling Breast Cancer It’s not unusual for a breast cancer patient to experience fatigue because that’s a common side effect of breast cancer treatment. In case you’re wondering, fatigue that’s cancer-related is way different from the normal feeling of being tired. When people who don’t have cancer feel tired, all […]

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Mom and Daughter on a Computer | Breast Cancer Car Donations

5 Resources for Children of Parents Diagnosed with Breast Cancer Breast cancer can be very unsettling when it hits any member of a family, especially the mother. Under normal circumstances, it’s already challenging enough for a mother to raise children. To add a breast cancer diagnosis on top of it all can be nothing short […]

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Woman Undergoing Chemotherapy | Breast Cancer Car Donations

How Long Does It Usually Take for Hair to Grow Back after Chemo? One of the most common effects of chemotherapy is hair loss. Not only does the treatment kill cancer cells, but it also destroys healthy cells, including those in the hair follicles. Although no chemo patient can avoid hair loss after undergoing treatment, […]

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Mother And Daughter on a Bench Outdoors | Breast Cancer Car Donations

5 Tips for Talking to Your Children About Your Breast Cancer Diagnosis Being diagnosed with breast cancer is undoubtedly devastating and especially difficult for mothers since they would have to eventually tell their children about the diagnosis. For this reason, most of these mothers tend to take their time before they break the news while […]

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