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My boyfriends aunt is going in for a 16 hour surgery tomorrow, and shes only in her early 30s. They don't know if she's gonna make it, please pray for her :/

Oh of course, all my prayers will be with her and family. I’m sure that she will make it through!

My mom is out of surgery :D

onerunner:

Long story short, she went down to Miami to have a mastectomy (Lopping her boobs off) because of breast cancer. She had them lopped, along with all her lymph nodes on the right side, then replaced by plastic surgery today. She just got out. Huzzah.’

That’s great!

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maeganlikesthings:

My Adversity poster for Illustration 4. My subject was breast cancer. Having a very close family friend go through this only a year or so ago, I chose this subject in hopes to give her a copy of this painting.

maeganlikesthings:

My Adversity poster for Illustration 4. My subject was breast cancer. Having a very close family friend go through this only a year or so ago, I chose this subject in hopes to give her a copy of this painting.

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wehavethekey:

A friend of my mum’s and a teacher at my school were recently diagnosed with breast cancer… stay strong & fight on.

wehavethekey:

A friend of my mum’s and a teacher at my school were recently diagnosed with breast cancer… stay strong & fight on.

(Source: aimeein-wonderland)

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muffystopheles:

So, far, my mother has : —Gotten her first chemo treatment—Been saddled with 6 “accessory drugs”, 3 actual chemo drugs, one post-treatment drug, Claritin for two days before+day of+two days after treatment and Lortab pills—Felt crappy—And today, gotten her first two wigs for the impending loss of her hair.…This is how my father decides to deal with her getting her wigs.I love my Daddy. <3 

muffystopheles:

So, far, my mother has : 

—Gotten her first chemo treatment
—Been saddled with 6 “accessory drugs”, 3 actual chemo drugs, one post-treatment drug, Claritin for two days before+day of+two days after treatment and Lortab pills
—Felt crappy
—And today, gotten her first two wigs for the impending loss of her hair.

…This is how my father decides to deal with her getting her wigs.
I love my Daddy. <3 

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vickaye2012:

My friends are doing the 60 mile walk for breast cancer. My friend Ciara, (the between the boys), lost her mother a year and a half ago, and she is the strongest person I know. Every time you see her she has a smile on her face and is the sweetest person out there. I thank all three of you walking to help find a cure, you all are my heroes and im so proud of you!!
Mean a lot if everyone could re-blog and support them!!

vickaye2012:

My friends are doing the 60 mile walk for breast cancer. My friend Ciara, (the between the boys), lost her mother a year and a half ago, and she is the strongest person I know. Every time you see her she has a smile on her face and is the sweetest person out there. I thank all three of you walking to help find a cure, you all are my heroes and im so proud of you!!

Mean a lot if everyone could re-blog and support them!!

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picturesplacespeople:

Amazing strength Mastectomy scar tattoo. ♥

picturesplacespeople:

Amazing strength Mastectomy scar tattoo. ♥

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catsnotcancer:

From www.enchanteddoll.com:

Surviving 2011
A porcelain tribute to breast cancer fighters and the choices they face.
In the growing awareness of Breast Cancer, a disease which appears  to be the inevitable side-effect of womanhood (though males can also  develop it, but a lot less frequently), this doll was my attempt at  working through my own personal fear of it, and facing up to the  possibility that one day I could be amongst hundreds of thousands of  women who develop it. I can only hope to be brave, like so many other  women.

catsnotcancer:

From www.enchanteddoll.com:

Surviving 2011

A porcelain tribute to breast cancer fighters and the choices they face.

In the growing awareness of Breast Cancer, a disease which appears to be the inevitable side-effect of womanhood (though males can also develop it, but a lot less frequently), this doll was my attempt at working through my own personal fear of it, and facing up to the possibility that one day I could be amongst hundreds of thousands of women who develop it. I can only hope to be brave, like so many other women.

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