Breast Cancer Survivor for Life

After Cancer - Now What? — By on January 6, 2010 at 12:09 pm

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The Breast Cancer Survivor for Life Actbr /br /In October, U.S. Representative Dennis Moore (D-KS) introduced the Breast Cancer Survivor for Life Act, which focuses on the health and life of a person span style=”font-weight: bold;”after/span initial breast cancer treatment has /br /The Breast Cancer Survivor for Life Act will provide evidence-based research for programs to help survivors address the residual effects of cancer treatments like muscle pain or weakness, fatigue, a weakened immune system, reduced bone density, and weight gain. This bill has not been assigned a number yet, however more information can be a href=””here/a. As of now there are 28 co-sponsors to the bill and the site assists you in finding and contacting your /br /a href=””Back in the Swing/a is the only national nonprofit organization providing grassroots awareness, education and fundraising on behalf of the more than 2 and a half million breast cancer survivors in the United States to empower them to get back in the swing of life physically, emotionally and /br /I wish that services offered were available nationwide. As many of us know finishing treatment and dealing with getting back to “normal” can be as hard as the treatment itself.div class=”blogger-post-footer”img width=’1′ height=’1′ src=’’ alt=” //div
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