Vodafone Qatar raises awareness about breast cancer

Vodafone Qatar raises awareness about breast cancer

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"And when they do stop", she added, "dry your eyes, get up and put on a new headdress, put on some lipstick and get out".

"You can't let it stop you; you have to keep on being involved in life", she said.

On Saturday, guests attending the Playing for Pink Ladies Invitational can look forward to a day of glamour and goodwill- entertainment, gourmet food, high-fashion, pampering, luxury shopping, and sportsmanship at the Inanda Club in Sandton.

"I know that God is using me".

Like Jolie, Melissa Mally found out she had a BRCA1 gene mutation when she was just 25 years old.

"We brought a whole bunch of people here to support breast cancer", said Kim Nash of Think Pink Granite Bay. "I didn't know any".

"I remember thinking 'I'm a man".

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The team which developed the guidelines specifically investigated metaplastic breast carcinomas (MBC), a rare but aggressive form of breast cancer, said the university's Amy McCart Reed. She went through six rounds of chemo, a double mastectomy, and reconstruction.

"I sort of had an inkling that would be the news, but it still doesn't prepare you", she said. A year and a half ago, they welcomed their first child, Jonah.

The session also included a talk on the importance of early detection through self-examination in order to overcome the disease at an early stage, where chances of survival are relatively high.

After the "pink-out" softball game, the crowd took a moment of silence for breast cancer survivors, supporters and those who lost their battle. "So I'm sure this was a wake-up call to my entire family and a lot of her co-workers". If you are eligible for screening in the OBSP, you can book your appointment at an OBSP location through your doctor or on your own.

"I want to help others because it meant so much to me when I was going through treatments".

Today, Trish wears a "I Beat Breast Cancer" button with pride, and she heavily values the month of October as well. She works tirelessly to educate and inform young women about hereditary cancers, genetics, knowing their risks a what to do. Increasing prevalence of breast cancer is a major concern for governments that is encouraging them to conduct awareness programs to reduce the mortality rate of caused by the disease. Taylor said she was devastated, but knew that needed to fight because she had two babies who needed her.

She forced herself to eat and kept up appearances in front of her children, but it was a hard time.

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