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January 2015 Survivor of the Month
There are rare words that can sufficiently describe the moment when a mother first lays eyes on her newborn child. A flood of emotions pours out, from relief and joy, to hope and vulnerability. As a parent, you hope that you will be able to pass on to your child the best parts of yourself, the inner-strengths that they will need as they grow up to face the world on their own. .
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December Survivor of the Month
They fill the pages of our comic books and grace the screens of our most exciting films. The notion of a superhero has endeared itself to our culture in ways that have transcended generations. Part of the appeal of these grand characters is the fact that in the darkest moments and times of greatest challenge they rise up to exhibit strengths that we can only dream of having. The heroes of our imagination are characterized by capes and cowls, loud uniforms and fantastic powers. In real life, however, heroism is much more subtle. December’s Survivor of the Month, Harriett Snooks, knows all about the courage it takes to preserve through terrifying peril..
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November Survivor of the Month
In the quietest moments of our most solemn desolation, if you listen closely enough, you can almost always hear the music. Life, much like a song, has a series of high points and lows. While the tempo and the beat will change from time to time there is a familiar refrain underneath which guides us through each day. Perhaps no one knows this better than November's Survivor of the Month, Jamie Herbster. For years as a singer/songwriter, Jamie has used her talents to connect with strangers through the gifts of word and note. In December 2010, Jamie’s song would begin an unexpected verse, a journey teeming with challenges. Through her experiences, she would reconnect with that harmony buried deep inside of herself and rise to the challenges that she faced. Jamie would learn to embody the music of her soul, a simple song called courage..
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National Spotlight
Understanding Breast Cancer Risk
It can seem like health writers are obsessed with numbers. Often, these numbers describe “risk.” It’s a familiar term but also one that can have some specific meanings when it comes to cancer. Learn More Now
Financial Resources
Did you know that there are many financial resources that can help people living with breast cancer? Find out more
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