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Cancer Surviving Thankful

It’s begins with Thanksgiving, a day, an hour or a few minutes to give thanks. But how does one do that when our health (or of a loved one) is being challenged? Can we dig deep enough inside to find reasons to be thankful and joyful this Thanksgiving and throughout the holiday season? We may not always be happy, but we can be thankful! I always thought of myself as a glass half full kind of person. One who could always find a better way or reason to overcome a challenge and turn a difficult situation into a successful or happier one. I’d like to say that I was like that because of my youth however I don’t think I’d call 58 my “youth’ any longer, even if I did want to believe I was still pret

#GivingTuesday Please....

#GivingTuesday, is a global giving movement that has been driven by individuals, families, organizations, businesses and communities in all 50 states and in countries around the world. After two days for getting deals – Black Friday and Cyber Monday – #GivingTuesday is a day for giving back. There are so many ways that you can help HIS Breast Cancer Awareness with your donations so let us share some suggestions from donations HIS Breast Cancer will receive when you shop online, sending your holiday wishes, or just meeting your end of the year charitable tax deductions. First, if you’re shopping on amazon this holiday or all year long, first go to smile.amazon and choose from the list or sea

BRCA in Men Myths

As you know, if you’ve been reading every week, the topic of this blog is using data in education. In July, I changed things up by talking a little about my BRCA gene. Recently I posted again, stating I was taking more time off for a second surgery in the rebuilding process. My intent was to return to this with another blog on data, but something happened recently that made me change my mind. Without going into too many details, essentially, I heard about a family with a mom, dad, son, and daughter, all adults, in which only the mom and daughter were BRCA tested after the dad’s side of the family was riddled with cancer for many, many generations. The results came back with a positive on

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