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Julie blogs about her personal experience with leukemia and life from a patient’s perspective. She is a race walker, a dog lover, and a dedicated #bearcam watcher. I’m 32, I’m decent looking, I have a job I enjoy and family and friends I love.
My motto is “go with the flow”…well, more specifically, my e-mail tagline is “When you come to a fork in the road, take it” (Yogi Berra). I ended up telling a guy over a text last night that I’m a two-time cancer survivor.
Family and friends (especially spouses, partners and children) often play key roles in supporting those they love through the tough times of diagnosis and treatment .
However, breast cancer can strain relationships and some people notice a withdrawal of emotional support from close friends and family members .
The goal of breast cancer awareness campaigns is to raise the public's "brand awareness" for breast cancer, its detection, its treatment, and the need for a reliable, permanent cure.
Increased awareness has increased the number of women receiving mammograms, the number of breast cancers detected, and the number of women receiving biopsies.
The pink ribbon is the most prominent symbol of breast cancer awareness, and in many countries the month of October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Some national breast cancer organizations receive substantial financial support from corporate sponsorships.My struggle with breast cancer is not one I keep secret.However, something I don't talk much about is the challenges of being a single woman in the dating world after having major reconstructive surgery on my breasts.First I visited forums where cancer patients and their significant others discussed the challenges of dating after cancer.As it turns out, men and women both struggle with identifying the best time to tell a new love interest about their cancer history.They may conduct educational campaigns or provide free or low-cost services.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating