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    BREAST CANCER,  BREAST CANCER AWARENESS,  COMMUNITY,  MALE BC,  MEN GET BC,  MENT GET BC TOO,  metastatic breast cancer

    A Thought On Divisions: A Day In The Life of a Stage IV Breast Cancer Patient

    A Thought on Divisions October 31, 2018 By Leah Taylor I’ve been thinking about an issue I’ve noticed in the breast cancer community over the last eight years. Eight years you say? Yup, eight years. Interesting story… about 5 months after diagnosis #1 in my breast cancer story in the fall of 2010, I went to a famous breast cancer website and went to the stage IV area to ask a valid question. (I went to the stage IV area because I was told I had an 87% chance of a second primary diagnosis or a very high chance of mets, etc…due to a BRCA mutation issue.) At that time,…

  • LIFE AFTER BREAST CANCER,  MALE BC,  MENT GET BC TOO

    Moving Forward

    By: By: Steve Del Gardo Director/Founder of Protect The Pecs www.protectthepecs.org It has been a few months since I written a blog for BullshitCancer because I started a new business venture called Del Gardo‚Äôs Taste A New Tradition. It is a cannoli business offering up to 40 different flavors. My time has been consumed in making and creating cannoli everyday for which I AM LOVING IT! One of the other reasons that I have not written in awhile is the fact that things have been bothering me about what I am seeing in the world of the breast cancer community. Every year since being diagnosed, I thought the World would…