Women under 40 diagnosed with breast cancer face especially tough road

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A ride many say, was one of a lifetime.

The path taken took the road behind the hospital and crossed over the speed bumps.

Nick, who was joined by over 30 other members of the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff last week, is calling for his constituents to join him as well as thousands of others across the United Kingdom, to sign up and take part in wear it pink during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Nishat Linen's CEO Naz Mansha applauded Pink Ribbon's efforts to raise awareness in the society despite hard circumstances and initiate the process of practical healthcare services delivery.

Jewell said a lot of advances have been made in treating breast cancer, but the biggest change has been to the perception of those who have the disease and the willingness for patients and survivors to talk about their experiences.

"The key is getting women to stop for a moment and do something for themselves", Love said.

For those who have not been diagnosed but have a family history, Gore counsels them to make sure they're ready to learn the information in their DNA. Women should at least get screened by the age of 40 and do a monthly self exam as well. Due to their age, they can also expect to pay the costs for additional years of treatment and monitoring. The first in the region, the Center is offering 3-D mammography, which offers images in different angles as opposed to 2-D mammograms, which only offers front and side images.

Childs said the event is not just focused around breast cancer as CRW has opened the dialogue to all types of cancer.

When King, who earned her bachelor's degree in mathematics from Carleton College in Minnesota before receiving her Ph.D.in genetics from the University of California, Berkeley, began her research in 1974, most in the field believed cancer was viral. Twice. And we don't know why, proving there's still much to learn about why we get cancer and how we prevent it.

McCall spoke about her own experiences.

During her treatment Jewell started visiting a support group, which she has continued to attend even after beating the disease.

"MRI is the most sensitive test for the detection of breast cancer", Dr. Stover said. "We are very proud of that".

Leslie Herndon is the breast health navigator, a new position at the hospital.

"We file the claims for them and any revenue that is generated from anything that's sold in here or provided through insurance stays in Jacksonville", she said. "It's a worthy cause and something that we're excited to help support".

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