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All Discussions Tagged 'breast' (6)

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Race for the Cure in Birmingham, AL

There will be a Susan G. Komen event on February 2, 2012 in Birmingham, AL. To volunteer, donate or participate, please visit http://drachm…

Started by Chryssy67

0 Jan 22, 2012

Should the Popular Cancer Drug Avastin be Used in Treating Breast Cancer?

The Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization wants more affordable access to the popular cancer drug, Avastin for women already on it. But,…

Started by Cascia

0 Feb 3, 2011

Pink Ribbon Posse!

My online store has connected with a group called the "Pink Ribbon Posse".  Right now when you shop our selection of handbags, jewelry, fas…

Started by Erica Gold

0 Aug 27, 2010

New advice on mammograms? Not so fast.

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Started by Sara Ellington

0 Nov 17, 2009

Looking for bloggers to help spread the word about my auction!

Would you be interested in blogging about my auction I am holding tommorow on my blog http://mintgreenwithenvy.blogspot.com . I have severa…

Started by Bridget Doshi

0 Oct 27, 2009

Breastfeeding and it's Stresses

The first time I breastfed, I did not have a pleasant experience. Sore nipples, hours on the breast, dry nipples, I hated it all. In fact,…

Started by Maria (ConversationswithMoms)

7 Jan 10, 2009
Reply by Maria (ConversationswithMoms)

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