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Medical Professional | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Show Appreciation to These Dedicated Men and Women on October 21st Heroes usually have loyal sidekicks, and this holds true for our doctors and other health professionals. Doctors focus on treating patients, while medical assistants are tasked to take on clinical and administrative duties. From interviewing patients and taking vital signs to scheduling appointments and […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Here’s How You Can Make a Difference in Your Community Perhaps you know someone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer can start from a woman’s milk ducts, the glands that produce milk, and in other breast tissues. Did you know that next to skin cancer, breast […]

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Diagnostic Mammogram | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Learn How You Can Prepare Yourself for Your Diagnostic Mammogram While screening mammograms are used to detect symptoms of early breast cancer, diagnostic mammograms are carried out when breast abnormalities have been discovered. These abnormalities can be in the form of a lump, breast tenderness, skin changes, or nipple discharge. The mammogram results will identify […]

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Person Receiving Mammography | Breast Cancer Car Donations

October 16th Is National Mammography Day – Have You Scheduled Your Mammography Yet? About 1 in 8 women in the country will develop invasive breast cancer during her lifetime. Breast cancer remains the most common form of cancer among women in the United States and the rest of the world. This year, the American Cancer […]

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Handwashing | Breast Cancer Car Donations

On October 15th, Spread Awareness of Handwashing’s Numerous Benefits Did you know that proper handwashing can be life-saving not just for you but for everyone else around you? Washing your hands with soap plays a key role in reducing the risk of infectious disease transmission. This is considered as one of the most effective and […]

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Healthy Pasta | Breast Cancer Car Donations

What to Eat and Not to Eat During Radiation Therapy: Recover Faster with the Right Foods Good nutrition is key to good health. If you’re undergoing radiation therapy, you’ll need it now more than ever. Since the cancer treatment will most likely weaken your immune system, it’s extremely important to modify your diet and ensure […]

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Breast Self Exam | Breast Cancer Car Donations

On October 13th, Extend a Helping Hand to Women Diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer October 13th is a time to remind everyone in the country why it’s important to learn about metastatic breast cancer. Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day was created to educate the public about the most advanced stage of cancer. It also encourages […]

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Lemon and Ginger Broth | Breast Cancer Car Donations

What to Eat and Not to Eat During Chemotherapy: Take Good Care of Your Body with the Right Foods Proper nutrition is one of the best ways to alleviate the side effects of chemotherapy. Nourishing your body with the right foods not only does that, but it also helps speed up your recovery. Keep in […]

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Woman in Pain | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Get to Know the Symptoms of Metastatic Breast Cancer Did you know that about 276,480 women and 2,620 men are estimated to develop invasive breast cancer this year? These estimates for 2020 come from the American Cancer Society. Moreover, research shows that an estimated 6 percent of women already have metastatic breast cancer during their […]

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Troubled Person on a Bed | Breast Cancer Car Donations

This October 10th, Reach Out to a Troubled Friend or Kin Our mental health is just as important as our physical health. Leaving our stress and anxiety unattended for long can have a tremendous impact on our daily functioning. When stress and anxiety get the better of us, doing our work becomes harder; we get […]

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