NBCC Conference Notes: Hard Data

No, I’m not an expert. My last post was just published on the news/blog aggregate site, Opposing Views, and received this comment: “To opine that early detection does not matter when she benefited from it herself in order to make a separate point about MBC is a desperate attempt to sound like an ‘expert’ which […]

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NBCC Conference Notes: Early Detection Is Neither

Changing the Conversation — Now The women in the above photo were just two of the over eight hundred attendees at the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s Advocacy Training Conference, which took place this past weekend in Washington, D.C.  I caught them during one of our few breaks, resting their tired feet, their conference material in […]

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Math Lessons — The Human Cost of Cancer

I was thinking about the veritable explosion of breast cancer awareness and fundraising groups in the last several years.  If you didn’t know any better, you might think it was the only kind of cancer out there anymore.  Or you might think it had the highest rate of incidence in the population or the highest […]

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Fatigue: Lessons For Your Doctor

Okay, I really couldn’t just leave you all hanging after my last post. But I was too tired to gather the following information last night so that I could include it. But I took a Provigil today, so I’m a little perkier. So here goes. Let me pick up approximately where I left off. I […]

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