Who is a breast cancer survivor

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Blogger Janet shares how her relationships changed with her stage II breast cancer diagnosis, and what she's learned from it. Follow her journey on her Read more.

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Today, the term breast cancer survivor is one that means different things to different people. Many think of it as a badge they can only wear after they are cancer-free for a number of years. There are also people who avoid using the term altogether.

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Louis, Missouri. With declining mortality rates, the number of breast cancer survivors is increasing. Ongoing care after breast cancer treatment is often provided by primary care physicians.

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There are as many ways of being a co-survivor as there are people! Thoughtful gestures big and small mean so much to survivors, whether they've just been diagnosed or completed treatment many years ago. At Susan G.

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A cancer survivor is a person with cancer of any type who is still living. Whether a person becomes a survivor at the time of diagnosis or after completing treatment, whether people who are actively dying are considered survivors, and whether healthy friends and family members of the cancer patient are also considered survivors, varies from group to group. Some people who have been diagnosed with cancer reject the term survivor or disagree with some definitions of it.

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Read our blog on survivorship. In the U. Today, there are more than 3.

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When Heather Jose was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancershe set a goal: Live to see her month-old daughter go to kindergarten. That day came and went long ago; in fact, she recently saw daughter Sydney off to her sophomore year of college. A cancer survivor for nearly 19 years, Jose wants people to know that living with advanced cancer is possible, and more women will have the chance as treatment options expand.

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When I asked Tennessee volunteer Debbie Pearsall why she got involved in cancer advocacy, that was her answer. And after talking to this remarkably strong woman, it seems to be a motto that has led her to places she never could have imagined. Debbie is a breast cancer survivor. Well, the answer is quite simple — for people like Debbie Pearsall.

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When Kimberly Jewett was 31, she found herself listening to a doctor explain what her breast cancer diagnosis meant and what her treatment options were. But at that moment, Kimberly was thinking less about herself and more about her daughter Kalli and her son Tyler, who were 6 and 4 at the time. Four years after Kimberly survived her first battle with breast cancer, the disease came back as metastatic breast cancer that had spread to other parts of her body.

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On top of that, the Walmarks were busy advocating for their now year-old son, Ethan, a prodigy pianist, who is on the autism spectrum. Then, they learned there was something else that needed their immediate attention. Allison opted to have both screening tests because she has dense breasts —50 percent of women do—which make it harder to detect breast cancer. Not one to mince words, the former New York City consumer magazine marketing executive saw the breast lump as just another challenge.

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