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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Chemotherapy is a treatment method that involves the medication through the veins. There is a difficluty to get the veins for a fat patient than the thin patient if compared.

The Chemotherapy drugs are of greater effect on the body.

There are some tips for a patient to know if your doctor doesn't inform you.

These tips are experienced by my known family members and those have stated their problems to me. So I thought of putting it together and spread the awareness of the chemotherapy facts which are unknown to many women who have diagnosed with the breast cancer.

Your Link Here:           SOME CHEMOTHERAPY FACTS

Allyn Rose - an American beauty pageant titleholder, who won the Miss District Columbia in 2012. She is one of the contestants in the popular Miss America pageant which is going to be held in 2013.

She is in the news recently for opting for the life over beauty. She has decided to undergo double mastectomy and then breast re-construction. There is a reason behind this great decision. The reason behind is the hereditary factors that are related to causing the breast cancer, lump in the breasts and she thinks that the women in her family have inherited the genetic mutation of breast cancer. When she was just 16 years old, her mother died of breast cancer.

She says that her mother died of breast cancer when Allyn was just 16 years old and her mother was 27 years old and in fact all women in her family are suffered from breast cancer. She has decided to go through the double mastectomy and then breast reconstruction after she wins the pageant of Miss America. 

Allyn wants to save her life and also the coming generations in her family in a way to reduce the factors of breast cancer risk which are passed on from one generation to other through the genetic mutations. As yet she has not been diagnosed of breast cancer, she wants to get her life saved . 


Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Wilma Miller - a retired female from California, says-----------

" Early detection - found a lump of a pea on a mammogram, doctor then stated lumpectomy, radiation, medication. Prayers of friends, doctors, and positive attitude played a part in my recovery which was 7 years later"

More about her:

Great women are really very difficult to find. I just went through some of the experiences and thoughts of breast cancer survivors. I felt really very much proud about them .

Sheryl Crow, an American singer-songwriter, musician, multi-instrumentalist, performer, record producer, actress, etc, shares her top healthy foods that she depended on during her cancer treatment.  In this link you will get the details of Sheryl Crow.  

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Over 100 breast cancer celebrity survivors

  1. Agnes Chan, Asian singer and performer
  2. Alexandra Bastedo, British model and actress
  3. Allyce Beasley, American actress
  4. Amanda Mealing, British television and soap opera actress
  5. Anastacia, American popular singer
  6. Andrea Mitchell
  7. Anita Doth, Eurodance singer from the Dutch duo 2 Unlimited
  8. Ann Jillian, American film, television and musical theatre actress
  9. Ann Veneman, former head of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
  10. Barbara Allen, American politician, Kansas state senator
  11. Barbara Ehrenreich, American author/ethicist.
  12. Beth Nielsen Chapman, American singer-songwriter.
  13. Betsey Johnson, American fashion designer.
  14. Betsy Rawls, American Hall of Fame professional golfer
  15. Betty Ford
  16. Betty Rollin, American author, retired TV correspondent
  17. Brigitte Bardot, French actress and animal rights activist
  18. Caitlin Flanagan, American magazine writer, editor and book author
  19. Carly Fiorina, American entrepreneur and 2010 California Republican political candidate for the United States Senate
  20. Carly Simon, American singer
  21. Catherine Drew Gilpin Faust, American academic, historian, and current (as of 2009) President of Harvard University
  22. Cheryl Crane, American writer and real-estate broker; daughter of actress Lana Turner; acquitted of killing Johnny Stompanato
  23. Christina Applegate, American television actress
  24. Claire Shulman, former Borough President of Queens, New York City
  25. Cokie Roberts, American journalist
  26. Cynthia Nixon, American stage, film and television actress
  27. Dame Eileen Atkins, British stage and film actress
  28. Dame Jennifer Murray, aka Jenni Murray, British journalist and broadcaster Dame Maggie Smith, Oscar-winning British actress of stage and screen
  29. Dawn Upshaw, American opera singer.
  30. Deanna Favre, founded The Deanna Favre Hope Foundation and wife of American football quarterback Brett Favre
  31. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, American politician; United States House Representative from the 20th District of Florida and chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee
  32. Debra Shipley, British politician; Labour Party member of Parliament
  33. Diahann Carroll, African-American actress, singer.
  34. Diana Dill, British-American actress; ex-wife of American actor Kirk Douglas; mother of American actor Michael Douglas
  35. Diana Moran, British model, fitness expert and journalist.
  36. Dorothy Hamill, American Olympic champion figure skater
  37. Edie Falco, American film, stage and television actress
  38. Edna Campbell, African-American professional basketball star.
  39. Edward Brooke, African-American former U.S. Senator
  40. Elaine Paige, English musical theater actress, singer
  41. Ernie Green, African-American former professional (Cleveland Browns) football player; one of his sisters died from the disease
  42. George Lucas, Film director, screenwriter
  43. Geralyn Lucas, American journalist, television producer, and writer
  44. Giuliana Rancic, Italian-American television personality and infotainer
  45. Gloria Steinem, American feminist activist
  46. Hala Moddelmog, American president and CEO of Susan G. Komen for the Cure
  47. Heidi Heitkamp, North Dakota politician and lawyer
  48. Hoda Kotb, Egyptian-American television news anchor, journalist and correspondent
  49. Jaclyn Smith, American actress, businesswoman
  50. Jami Bernard, American author and film critic for the New York Daily News
  51. Jane Hamsher, American film producer, author and liberal blogger
  52. Janet Napolitano, American politician and current (as of 2010) United States Secretary of Homeland Security; former Governor of Arizona
  53. Jennifer Saunders
  54. Jill Eikenberry, American actress
  55. Joan Kennedy, former wife of U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy
  56. Jocelyn Newman, former Senator from the Australian Parliament for Tasmania; treated successfully
  57. Jools Topp, New Zealand folk singer, one of the Topp Twins
  58. Joyce Wadler, American journalist, writer and memoirist
  59. Judy Eason McIntyre, African-American politician; Oklahoma State Senator
  60. Judy Rankin, American Hall of Fame professional golfer
  61. Julie Harris, American film, stage and television actress
  62. Karin Stanford, African-American professor and writer
  63. Kate Jackson, American film and television actress
  64. Kaye Ballard, American actress and singer
  65. Kim Novak, American film actress
  66. Kitten Natividad, Mexican adult film actress and model
  67. Koo Stark, American former adult film actress
  68. Kylie Minogue, Australian singer, actress
  69. Laura Ingraham, American radio host/pundit
  70. Linda Ellerbee, American television correspondent/journalist .
  71. Linda Nolan, Irish-born singer, actress and former member of the 1970s pop band, The Nolans .
  72. Linda Tripp, former United States government federal employee who played a significant role in the impeachment proceedings against then President Bill Clinton
  73. Linda Waterfall, American singer-songwriter (se
  74. Lisa Ray
  75. Liza Goddard, British actress
  76. Liza Wang, Hong Kong television actress and personality, singer and diva.
  77. Lois Chiles, American actress
  78. Lynn Redgrave
  79. Lynne Stewart, American lawyer/activist
  80. M. Jodi Rell, American politician, Governor of Connecticut (see[107]).
  81. Maeve Kinkead, American soap opera and television actress.[citation needed]
  82. Margaretta Fitler Murphy Rockefeller aka Happy Rockefeller, American socialite and wife of former N.Y. Governor and U.S. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller
  83. Maria Friedman, British actress
  84. Marianne Faithfull, British singer and actress
  85. Marilyn Lloyd, member of the U.S. House of Representatives who was diagnosed with breast cancer, was denied a silicone breast implant following her treatment because the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had removed them from the market, and became an advocate for legislation related to breast cancer treatment and women's health.
  86. Marisa Acocella Marchetto, American writer, cartoonist and memoirist.
  87. Marsha Hunt, African-American singer, novelist, breast cancer activist and mother of Mick Jagger's first child, Karis Jagger
  88. Mary Ann Mobley, American actress, singer, and activist; Miss America 1959.
  89. Mary Jo Codey, former First Lady of New Jersey
  90. Maura Tierney, American film and television actress
  91. Melanie Johnson, former British Member of Parliament.
  92. Melissa Etheridge, American singer; lesbian activist
  93. Meredith Baxter, American television actress
  94. Namrata Singh Gujral, Indian actress/producer
  95. Nanci Griffith, American singer/songwriter
  96. Nancy Brinker, American founder of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure
  97. Nancy Priddy, mother of American actress Christina Applegate
  98. Nancy Reagan, former U.S. First Lady
  99. Nancy Shevell (aka Lady McCartney), American businesswoman and heiress; New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority board member
  100. Olivia Newton-John, UK/Australian singer/actress
  101. Pat Battle, African-American news reporter and anchor for NBC News
  102. Pat Danner, American politician; former Democratic U.S. House Representative from Missouri
  103. Peggy Fleming, American figure skater
  104. Peggy Lautenschlager, American politician from the state of Wisconsin.
  105. Phyllis Newman, American television and musical theatre actress, singer.
  106. Raelene Boyle, Australian athlete also surviving ovarian cancer).
  107. Rhona Brankin, British politician, Member of the Scottish Parliament
  108. Richard Roundtree, African-American film actor
  109. Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai, Hong Kong politician and Honorary President of the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation
  110. Robin Carnahan, American politician, former Missouri Secretary of State.
  111. Robin Roberts, African-American women's basketball player, ESPN sportscaster
  112. Ruby Dee, African-American stage and film actress
  113. Rue McClanahan
  114. Ruth Ann Swenson, American soprano opera star
  115. Sandra Day O'Connor, first woman United States Supreme Court justice.
  116. Sheila Hancock, British stage and film actress
  117. Shelley Morrison, American film and television actress; also battled lung cancer.
  118. Sheryl Crow
  119. Shirley Temple Black, American Oscar-winning child actress and former United States Ambassador to Ghana and Czechoslovakia, who is said to have been (in 1973) the first famous person to publicly announce her breast cancer diagnosis Sue Myrick, American politician, Republican U.S. House Representative from North Carolina.
  120. Stephanie Swift, American adult film actress
  121. Susan Duncan, Australian author
  122. Susan Kadis, Canadian politician in the Canadian House of Commons .
  123. Suzanne Somers, American television actress and personality
  124. Tucker L. Melancon, United States District Judge, Western District of Louisiana, 5th Circuit since 1994 .
  125. Vera Katz, American politician (first woman Speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives; 45th mayor of Portland, Oregon.
  126. Wanda Sykes, American writer, actress, talk show host, and stand-up comedian.
  127. Wendy Mesley, Canadian host and reporter for CBC Television.