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RSD-CRPS. Chronic illness rsd crps. What life is like with Chronic Pain. Life with CRPS. Pain.RSD/CRPS November Awareness Month. Please stand for the vision of love, and wear orange for the month of November!!! RSD/CRPS is a neurological disease with pain as its first symptom, and skin and muscle dystrophy. It is more painful than childbirth, cancer, and amputation. Don't let those with this disease fight it alone, #standforthevisionoflove. #wearorangeinnovember #mymomisaspoonie @darcyjett

What can one person do to make a difference? How about establish a powerful foundation to fight pancreatic cancer? That’s exactly what Pamela Acosta Marquardt did, in honor of her mother. November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month, find out how you can join Origami Owl in the fight to Wage Hope.


November is lung cancer awareness month. What can non-smokers do to reduce their risk for this disease?

Today is Melanoma Monday. When caught early, skin cancer – including melanoma – is highly treatable. Know what to look for and the ABCDE's of Melanoma.


What is Colorectal Cancer? Colorectal cancer occurs when abnormal cells form tumors in normal tissues of the intestines and digestive system. The exact type of “colon” or “rectal” cancer found depends on where the abnormal cells first began and how fast they grew and spread. Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the term encompassing both cancer types. #hcmhcares


Today is the start of Mouth Cancer Action Month! It is a charity campaign which aims to raise awareness of mouth cancer and make a difference by saving thousands of lives through early detection and prevention. Throughout November we will be aiming to get more mouth cancers diagnosed at an early stage by increasing education of the risk factors and signs and symptoms while encouraging everybody to discuss them with their dental professional. #‎MouthCancerAction‬ ‪#‎bluelipselfie‬

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society estimates about 4,030 women died from #CervicalCancer in 2013. Learn about the disease and how to protect yourself.

from The Truth About Cancer


Cancer is probably the most prominent feature of an ever-expanding awareness blitz, with October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month for women now succeeded by November’s No-Shave “Movember” for men. But is "Movember" just a big business scam? Article by Ty Bollinger. Click through to read on and decide for yourself... Please re-pin to support us on our mission to educate, expose, and eradicate cancer! // The Truth About Cancer <3