Tag Breast cancer

Expecting Mom, Meghan Koziel’s Post-Cancer Message Inspires Hope

Wow! Wow! Wow! If anything is worth sharing, it’s this! What an amazing woman! Cancer survivor and expecting mom, Meghan Koziel shared this stunning image of her ‘in-milk’ bath with an inspiring message of hope via her Instagram page. In the post,

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This Touching Story Of A Mom, Bo Smith Who Lost One Breast To Cancer Is Guaranteed To Leave You Teary

A breast cancer survivor, Bo Smith from Sugar Land, Texas, has gone viral after sharing this amazing photo that shows her, breastfeeding her baby son while proudly displaying the scar from her mastectomy. Mastectomy is the medical term used for the

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Touching: Syria’s First Lady And Mom-Of-3, Mrs Asma Al-Assad Starts Treatment As She Battles With Breast Cancer

These are particularly trying times for the government of Syria (Arabic: سوريا Sūriyā), officially known as the Syrian Arab Republic in Western Asia. The British-born wife of the Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, Asma, 43, has been diagnosed with breast cancer,

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Mom-Of-6, Kris Jenner On Breast Cancer Early Detection And Why Early Detection Is Important

It’s welcoming to have celebrities use their platforms to create awareness on important issues. This week, on that lane is none other than American television personality, Kristen Mary Jenner. The high-profile Momager: Kris Jenner is raising breast cancer awareness. On

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Emotional Message From Cancer Stricken Nigerian Mom, Shortly Before She Died, Will Motivate You

A Nigerian man and Instagram user @Mr_Schmooze, took to the platform to share his mom’s motivational message just before she died of breast cancer. The proud son who shared a video of his mom, disclosed that she died following a 2-year battle

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Love Conquers All! Benue Man Finally Weds Breast Cancer Striken Wife After 50 Years of Cohabiting

On Sunday, January 21, a Benue-State based couple, Atule Kile Gunduor and Bridget Gunduor officially tied the knots after cohabiting for 50 years and birthing 8 children. The couple tied the knot at the Foundation Memorial Hospital in Markurdi, where the

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‘It is better you lose your breast and live’ – Ondo First Lady Betty Akeredolu Shares Her Cancer Survivor Story

First Lady of Ondo State Betty Anyanwu -Akeredolu, has once again spoken on how she survived breast cancer 20 years ago, disclosing that she only has one breast. In an interview with Punch, Betty, who is the founder of Breast Cancer Symposium

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24-Year-Old Breast Cancer Survivor Shares Her Inspiring Testimony: “God is the Ultimate Healer”

Jessica Geneva Florence, 24, never imagined she would have to go through something as traumatic as breast cancer. She was was diagnosed with it at age 22. After the operation she thought she would never feel the same because she

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Breast Cancer Survivor Proudly Displays Her Mastectomy Scar… Her Story Will Inspire You

October of every year is marked Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honour of the special month, a South African breast cancer survivor, Nomalanga Nyanda who had a mastectomy took to social media to share a topless photo to show the scar, that is

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Medical Doctor Educates Men On How to Handle Women’s Breasts & Breast Cancer

Dr. Wiafe-Addaihe, the President of Breast Care International, Ghana has warned men against squeezing women’s breasts like mangoes. She also urged men to handle the breast with care as it is a very fragile part of a woman’s anatomy. Addaihe

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Details of How ‘Madam Tax’ Olanike Disu Died, Husband Died Weeks Ago

The Disu Family and the Chartered Institute of Taxation Of Nigeria were, on Monday, September 4 2017, thrown into palpable sorrow following the sudden death of popular Nigerian tax expert, Olanike Disu. According to sources, Disu, who is widely called Madam Tax,

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Ex Football Star Rio Ferdinand Speaks on Losing his Wife to Breast Cancer, Becoming a Single Dad & More

Former Manchester United footballer Rio Ferdinand, opens up in an interview, where he spoke about how he turned to alcohol to get through grief, after his wife, Rebecca Ferdinand, died due to breast cancer in May 2015. She was just 34. They

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9 Lifestyle Tips to Minimize Your Breast Cancer Risk

Breast cancer is one disease that brings fear to the hearts of women. While mammograms and regular self breast examinations are recommended by experts to aid early detection, here are 9 things you can do to reduce risk factors and

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Heartbreaking: Meet The Little Girl Diagnosed With Breast Cancer At Age 8

Chrissy Turner, 8,  had been diagnosed with breast cancer, a condition even most grown women would struggle to battle with. She was a little tomboy who loves playing Lego with her friends after school. According to Mirror, Chrissy’s parents both

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Breast Cancer Survivor, Zoleka Mandela, Shares on Having Both Breasts Removed & Beating the Odds

The mum of four and granddaughter of former South African President, Nelson Mandela, who was diagnosed of breast cancer 4 years ago and had her two breasts removed shared the post below on her IG page to celebrate beating the

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 5 Steps To Do A Breast Self Examination

Ireyimika Oyegbami The month of October is annually dedicated to increasing awareness on breast cancer. This annual campaign is necessary to remind women all over the world, and men too, to regularly check their breasts and underarm in order to

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Be BREAST AWARE: Life Style Tips On Preventing Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is one diagnosis that brings fear to the hearts of women including their families and loved ones. Due to the campaigns of some NGOs in the country, more women have been seen getting mammograms and having regular self

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Breast Cancer: 9 Things That Impact Your Risk

BY ESTHER CRAIN You’ve heard the statistics – that one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. But what that stat doesn’t tell you is that your risk of breast cancer is probably different from

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