Published: Tue, October 23, 2018
Medical | By Johnnie Horton

Millennial Monday: Breast Cancer Awareness Month-Some Cautions for Millennials

Millennial Monday: Breast Cancer Awareness Month-Some Cautions for Millennials

"We need the support", Dianne Hoskins, a 14-month Survivor, said.

Donations still were being tallied later Sunday morning, but Stephenie Gates, American Cancer Society West Region community development manager, said it looked like about $150,000 was raised. "It's exciting, they learn a new skill and it's beneficial for the association as well as the people participating".

And the numbers of those who can relate continue to grow. According to doctors, with changing times and a faster lifestyle, younger women are becoming more susceptible to the disease. One out of two diagnosed die within next five years which attributes to 50% mortality rates. If you or someone you know are now going through this, you are not alone.

Previous studies found that immunotherapies work best in patients with high levels of a protein that the drugs target, and the plan for the breast cancer study called for analysing how women fared according to that factor if Tecentriq improved survival overall. "It's wonderful to see the sea of pink and all the people who come out in all types of weather to show their support and to show that this community supports you". "Events like this brings people together". She was diagnosed in June of a year ago had surgery in July, chemo in August and finished up in December. My mom is the kind of person that doesn't expect anything in return from the people she cares for, so the unwavering love she has received over the past year has been a profoundly humbling experience.

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"We couldn't do it without our caregivers and our spouses and I was very blessed", Hoskins said.

Somewhere between the months when my mom underwent treatment and surgery, it became hard to ignore that our family needed to accept every ounce of support that came our way. One of the attendees, Jesmond resident Lucy Waring, said she enjoyed the event as it was supporting a good cause and also because "it's nice to watch someone create in front of you". But what they didn't show may be just as important, one executive figures. Interacting with Telangana Today, Dr Raghuram made it clear that the country has a real challenge on the hand. "I'm thrilled that by using a combination of immunotherapy and chemotherapy we are able to significantly extend lives compared to the standard treatment of chemotherapy alone". Our subscribers rely on FiercePharma as their must-read source for the latest news, analysis and data on drugs and the companies that make them.

It's the month of wearing pink, of pinning ribbons to your clothing and of marching with women and allies to raise breast cancer awareness. As well as providing free rides to chemo and places to stay near hospitals.

Since 1993, Making Strides supporters have raised more than $870 million nationwide.

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