Articles About "Breast Cancer"
Putting it All Togther - Volunteerism
You've seen stories on TV about animals in need or people who need assistance after a natural disaster. Some teens who live in cities have seen firsthand the growing population of homeless people. Others have had experience with a friend's or relative's illness. So what can you do about any of...
The Joys and Benefits of Breastfeeding a Toddler
"Are you still doing that?" commented an acquaintance recently when my two-and-a-half-year-old daughter clambered onto my lap and demanded "booby!" What, until that time, had been a normal, nurturing part of raising a baby, suddenly became an offensive act of which to be... Health Problems in African American Women: Breast Cancer
Women get breast cancer when cells in the breast don't grow right, and a tumor forms. Getting a mammogram (x-ray of the breast) can help find the cancer earlier, which gives women more treatment options and improves chances for survival. Except for African Americans 20-24 years old, African... Factsheet: Domperidone - adoptive breastfeeding
Introduction Domperidone (Motilium) is a drug which has, as a side effect, the increased production of the hormone prolactin. Prolactin is the hormone which stimulates the cells in the mother's breast to produce milk. Domperidone increases prolactin secretion indirectly, by interfering with...
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"Breast Cancer" in the Adoption Blogs
Thankful They Are Adopted
June 14, 2011, 9:42 am
I was diagnosed with skin cancer six weeks ago, and today I am having the cancer surgically removed. At times, I've given little thought to the mutated cells I have been carrying around, but other days, their existence has weighed heavily on me.
This isn't my first bout with cancer. I was... Someone Always Has a Horror Story
March 4, 2011, 6:44 am
Have you ever noticed that there are certain events in your life that will elicit comment and advice from anyone? When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, there was no one around my age to offer advice on what I would experience, but there were plenty of people to tell me about their horrible... Mothers and Daughters
September 22, 2011, 5:17 am
Sometimes I wonder if I am screwing up my kids or if they are screwing up me. A part of me has always thought that somehow my mother’s issues became my issues, and as hard as I try not to be like my mother…I’ve become my mother. Frankly, I think mothers are the reason therapists have...
"Breast Cancer" in the Adoption Forums
The work of grief
March 11, 2013, 2:26 pm
I work with moms and dads whose babies and children have life limiting health issues, obstetrical and pediatric palliative care. I hold the space for them as they go through the process of learning there is a problem with their unborn baby or child. Sometimes their children die. They have hope...
St. Faith's House
April 2, 2013, 6:30 pm
I did check the Episcopal Church and they said they had no records on St. Faith adoptions. My earlier posts explain my situation.
Sadly, I tried to get the court to open my adoption records due to some medical reasons and they denied me. Now, my oldest daughter, now 53 years old, has been...
Stories About "Breast Cancer"
Search: Many Want to Be Found
I am 35 years old and was adopted at birth as were my two brothers. My adopted parents were always open with us about being adopted and "SPECIAL", so I grew up with a very positive attitude... The Search of My Biological Father
I was born June 17, 1968 in Elmhurst, Illinois. I am 6'1" and weigh 220 lbs., have dark brown hair and eyes. I have found my birth mother, Shirlene Crossman (married Shirlene Smetak), but I am... Abandoned Love
I've always known I was adopted, and it was a private adoption. My adoptive mother gave me a letter when I was 4 years old saying that her and her husband were considered too old in 1966 to adopt...
"Breast Cancer" on Adoption.com
Breast Cancer & Fertility - Birth, Children, Conception
Breast Cancer & Fertility. While most connections between fertility issues and cancer are regarding cancer of the reproductive organs, some may have questions about the relationship between other, more common forms of cancer and trying to conceive.
Health Problems in Hispanic American/Latina Women: Breast Cancer
Women get breast cancer when cells in the breast don't grow right, and a tumor forms. Getting a mammogram (x-ray of the breast) can help find the cancer earlier, which gives women more treatment options and improves chances for survival.
Screening Mammograms - Adoption Library. Articles ...
Breast cancer is relatively uncommon in women under age 40. 6. What is the best method of detecting breast cancer as early as possible? A high-quality mammogram with a clinical breast exam (an exam done by a health care provider) is the most effective way to detect breast cancer early.
IVF and breast cancer risk.... - FertilityCommunity.com
Last night I was looking through my recorded programs deciding what I wanted to watch. I record Dr Oz everyday but typically end up deleting them. For
Web Results for "Breast Cancer"
Breastcancer.org - Breast Cancer Information and Awareness ...
Breastcancer.org is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most reliable, complete, and up-to-date information about breast cancer.
Breast cancer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Breast cancer is a type of cancer originating from breast tissue, most commonly from the inner lining of milk ducts or the lobules that supply the ducts with milk.
Breast Cancer Symptoms, Signs, Stages, Prevention, Detection ...
Get the facts on breast cancer symptoms, signs, stages, types, research, risk factors, diagnosis, prevention information, and treatment options: mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy.