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Metastatic Breast Cancer
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11 True Stories That Will Make You Think Twice About Your Lipstick

Roughly 100 people die every day of breast cancer in the U.S. — and virtually all of these deaths are from metastatic breast cancer.
But Beadle isn’t quite like other teens learning the ins and outs of makeup.
Beadle is part of an organization called #Cancerland, a charity started by fellow cancer patient Champagne Joy.
Although #Cancerland aims to support all women with breast cancer, the group’s main focus is on stage 4, or metastatic breast cancer — a fatal form that, despite the billions of dollars raised for education and research of the disease, remains incurable.
Thanks to what #Cancerland’s founder Champagne Joy calls the “pink-washing” of breast cancer, many Americans believe that it is a completely curable disease.
“There’s a lack of public awareness — people think that breast cancer is done,“ says Joy.
It’s over.” Joy has been battling cancer for six years.
At that point, she had metastatic breast cancer.
“Metastatic breast cancer means that the breast cancer has spread beyond the breast,” explains Joy.
“It could be in your organs, it could be in your bones, and it means that it is now a terminal illness. This article was originally published at the “Article” source noted above and distributed by The Tutu Project for informational purposes only.

Charity Review: Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation

Charity Review: Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation.
These include how the organization uses the money it raises, its financial health, and how transparent it is about what has been accomplished with the contributions it has received.
The Foundation says that its mission is “to achieve a future without breast cancer by engaging the public and scientific communities in innovative research on cause and prevention.” DSLRF both performs project-based research itself and also facilitates research conducted by others through its Army of Women Program.
Dr. Love was chosen as the new medical director, and eventually the name of the Foundation was changed to reflect her leadership.
The Army of Women Program was launched in 2008 through a partnership between DSLRF and the Avon Foundation for Women.
Recent questionnaires have explored quality of life for individuals treated for breast cancer and a new hypothesis about the possible relationship between bacteria and the breast.
Major Program Areas, Expenses and Funding* DSLRF’s major program areas are clinical research, the Army of Women Program, the Health of Women Study and education.
These include: Health of Women Study, described above.
The Army of Women Program has its own website, which includes a list of current projects underway through the program, along with project details.
The DSLRF blog provides updates on ongoing research including, for example, these recent articles: an CVO report from Dr. Love on the rationale behind and recent developments in the Mapping the Breast Ducts study. This article was originally published at the “Article” source noted above and distributed by The Tutu Project for informational purposes only.

time is running out

time is running out.
This is one of the very best and most powerful adds I have seen on breast cancer.
And that is saying something.
It’s about living with metastatic breast cancer, less than 3 minutes long and very, very worth it. This article was originally published at the “Article” source noted above and distributed by The Tutu Project for informational purposes only.

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