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Volunteers in the News, Breast Cancer Awareness
Technical glitches have halted registration for the Chicago Marathon and when it's up and running, it is expected to fill up in one hour. But ACS says sign up with them, and you will have a spot.
Friends, neighbors, cancer survivors, caregivers and anyone interested in learning more about Relay For Life are encouraged to attend.
Breast Cancer Awareness
Liz McAllister, a personal trainer, was surprised when she was diagnosed with cancer, but found that it gave her a deeper sense of gratitude. Her story is part of our series for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by uploading photos of your and/or your family and friends supporting the cause.
When it comes to mammograms, some medical centers are turning this uncomfortable medical test into an excuse to throw a party.
Survivors are part of a sisterhood, whether they choose to be or not. And sharing stories – funny, sad, ironic – is what sisters do best.
Business, Breast Cancer Awareness
Resources that your doctor doesn't offer for women fighting breast cancer.
Breast cancer isn't age specific. Here's how to cope with treatments and augmentations if you are diagnosed earlier in life.
Imagine being diagnosed with breast cancer during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The irony was not lost on survivor Marianne Kramer, who shares her story in a Patch Q&A.
Early detection is the key. While more than two million women live with breast cancer, if detected early, women diagnosed have a survival rate of 98 percent, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.
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