Ovarian Cancer is the main cause of this play and the reason for this play. Vivian has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She becomes depressed and doesn't want anything to do with it. She hates that she has to go through this and doesn't have anyone to be with during this hard time.
Gail's Anatomy, non-profit out of Aiken SC at it again! Thanks to Vanessa, Customize Elite Socks have designed a sock for OvCa awareness! SCORE!! Way to go Vanessa and Gail's Anatomy, spreading awareness, saving lives.
Chemotherapy drugs are powerful enough to kill rapidly growing cancer cells, but they also can harm perfectly healthy cells, causing side effects throughout the body. The Side Effects of Chemotherapy on the Body Cancer cells divide more quickly than healthy cells, and chemotherapy drugs effectively target those cells. Unfortunately, fast-growing cells that are healthy can be damaged too. There are many different chemotherapy drugs with the potential for many different side effects. These…
OVARIAN CANCER AWARENESS --- Please join my cause through Facebook. I'm not asking for donations, though you're always welcome to donate to any of the non-profit ovarian cancer research funds --- what I'm asking and urging you to do is read about ovarian cancer and share that info with other women, encouraging them to learn about this awful and unnecessary disease. Knowledge is power, ladies. <3 (see link below to join the cause and share with others)
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Fuck crippling shit, fuck heart disease fuck heat surgery back surgeries. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger> What a crock of shit. By now I should have a red a and blue suit with a cape and big red S on the chest. So keeping with my usual style I'm trying to change the conditions. I love to write and trying to get agents and publishers to notice.
5 Signs of Breast Cancer. So many of us are so worried about the prevalence of breast cancer. What’s normal? When should I see my doctor? If you have any of these signs, please go in immediately. Redness, swelling, pain and/or itching, skin changes, and swelling of the glands are the most prominent. Nipple discharge is another symptom. Save the tatas!