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Talking with Family

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It is important to discuss Breast Cancer with family as they are often the best resource for emotional and physical support as you battle through treatments. They are often eager to assist you in any way and would love to know how it is that they can be of help. Your children will want assurance that you are taking the right steps to defeating breast cancer and that there is much hope. It may be useful to find out your family history of cancer and breast cancer when making decisions with your doctor on how to proceed

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“Oh, my mom had breast cancer. She died. What a horrible experience!”“I had a friend who did chemo, and it was the worst thing that ever happened to her…” And there you have it, folks, two of the WORST things you can say to a woman who’s just been diagnosed with breast cancer. Feeling a little uncertain…

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