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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 22

Welcome to yet another Weekly Reader, where I share timely news and views that you can peruse. This week’s issue will feature both recent news and October centered articles. As always, if you have something you’d like to share, drop … Continue reading

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Here is Some Good News

Good News for Women With Breast Cancer: Many Don’t Need Chemo. From the article: The study found that gene tests on tumor samples were able to identify women who could safely skip chemotherapy and take only a drug that blocks … Continue reading

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Testy

Sometimes, I wonder just how long I’ll be able to hold my tongue. Prime and I spent some time with the mother-in-law; it was decent enough until the subject of cancer was raised. According to my mother-in-law, there will never … Continue reading

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Coping

We got snow yesterday. I thought it was supposed to snow on Sunday but I guess I was wrong. It wasn’t a lot; maybe around two inches or so. Nothing major, but just enough to make driving interesting. I found … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Sign Up for This

“So which one of you is going to try and kill me?” As I say that, I force a laugh; it’s a joke but a twisted one. Every time I look at my chest, I wonder which breast will decide … Continue reading

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On Olivia Newton-John

As you know, Olivia Newton-John’s breast cancer has returned and metastasized to her sacrum. I haven’t said much about this because, well, it makes me uncomfortable as hell. I’m pretty sure you can figure out as to why. To be honest, I … Continue reading

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When Helping Doesn’t Actually Help

As you know, I’m dealing with some pretty severe breast issues.  If you don’t know, or are a newer reader to this particular blog, I’ll sum it up: I have BRCA. To put it gently, my risk of developing breast … Continue reading

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