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Dealing With Stress After Breast Cancer

I don’t think that a day goes by when I don’t read something about stress as a contributing factor to ...
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The Case for Walking After Breast Cancer Treatment

For many people, one of the hardest things to do after treatment for breast cancer is to start or resume ...
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Breast Cancer and Genetic Testing

With my sister’s recent diagnosis of breast cancer, I couldn’t help but think about the possibility that we might have ...
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Heart Health After Cancer Treatment

When a patient finds oneself in the middle of a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment with chemotherapy, radiation and other ...
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What I Want to Do With My Time

Shared By: Nicki Boscia Durlester, Beyond the Pink Moon "What I want to do with my time. How there is ...
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Why I Don’t Recommend Products and Services for Breast Cancer Patients

For as long as I can remember, I have received inquiries requesting my endorsements of products and services and programs ...
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Giving Advice to Cancer Patients

For anyone who has ever been a cancer patient, it seems like a natural response to want to help someone ...
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Helping Cancer Patients Who Help Themselves

One of the toughest jobs that a person will ever be called upon to perform might be that of a ...
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News and stories selected by Barbara

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New NCCN Guidelines for Patients®: Distress available on NCCN.org/patients All patients with cancer experience some level of distress associated with ...
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By: Arjun Kharpal From: cnbc.com Six years ago, Raviv Melamed and his co-founders were in the basement of his house ...
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From: newswise.com The Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association (HOPA), in partnership with Eisai Inc. and Helsinn Therapeutics (U.S.), Inc., today announced the ...
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By: Elli Jacobs From: smh.com.au In 2013, Renee Gani, then 36, received the news every woman dreads. "Being large-busted, I ...
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By: Dr. Laura Esserman From: cbsnews.com The Hippocratic Oath advises doctors to first do no harm ... words many doctors ...
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Barbara Jacoby In Syndication

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One theme that is constantly being shared across media everywhere when it comes to breast cancer is that early detection [...]
Sat, Mar 18, 2017
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I recently had a conversation with my sister about mammography for older women. She informed me that several of her friends [...]
Sat, Mar 11, 2017
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Not long after I started writing my blogs about breast cancer, I started hearing from the children. They would share with [...]
Sat, Mar 04, 2017
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I recently have found myself engaging with a number of people about the mental impact that a cancer diagnosis has had on [...]
Sat, Feb 25, 2017
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Let Life Happen Founder Barbara Jacoby

Barbara Jacoby is an award winning blogger that has contributed her two time Breast Cancer journey, patient advocacy mission and Domestic Abuse experience to multiple online publications that have touched readers worldwide. Her high quality, high content and high energy writings are delivered in a down to earth and humble style that everyone remembers.While becoming an ambassador for Survivors and Patient’s Rights, Jacoby has also shared her skills with the Walt Disney Company for over 18 years. Read More

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