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October is
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Dedicated to Larry James' sister, Jean Pierce, a breast cancer survivor.

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Read the Jean Pierce story, "Never Give Up!" as she details her incredible victory over breast cancer.

The Komen Race for the Cure® Series (Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation) has become the largest series of 5K runs/fitness walks in the world. Races will be held in more than 100 U.S cities and three foreign countries in 2001 with over 1.3 million participants expected. Proceeds from the Komen Race for the Cure® Series help fund important breast cancer research as well as breast health initiatives on a local level. Seventy-five percent of the proceeds remain in the local community where the Race is held, helping to support breast health education and breast cancer screening and treatment programs for the medically underserved. Click on the poster to view the races by state. Race for the Cure
Fund Free Mammograms Fund Free Mammograms - 43,000 women will die from breast cancer this year. In minutes, you can help give underprivileged women the life-saving gift of early detection. Visit The Breast Cancer Site ( every day to fund free mammograms and help us reduce the number of mothers, sisters, partners and friends we lose to breast cancer.

Funding for mammography screening, paid for by site sponsors, is generated when you click on the "Fund Free Mammograms" button. In the first month of this year, they generated funds to provide 200 mammograms, with your help the lives of over 2,000 underprivileged women will be touched in 2001.

Please make visiting The Breast Cancer Site part of your daily routine and help spread the word to your friends and family!

It is important to know the stages of breast cancer.

The Healing: One Family's Victorious Struggle With Cancer - Gloria Cassity Stargel - Cancer. The word alone brings a flutter of fear and dread to the most courageous heart. Gloria knows that fear, that dread - the feeling that the world has gone mad. Her husband, Joe, was diagnosed as having an extremely rare and virulent form of cancer. The doctors held out a five percent chance they could slow the progress of the disease. There was no hope at all for a cure. When all hope was gone, Gloria, gave her husband - and herself - into the hands of a loving god. God alone would be the object of her trust, the source of her strength, from that time on. A slow, quiet miracle began. It grew until it encompassed more than Joe's disease-ridden body, but touched Gloria as well with wholeness.

Larry's Review: Although this book is not about breast cancer, it is a true story of faith, hope, and love. This book offers inspiration and encouragement. Click here to contact the author of this book.
The Healing - Breast cancer authority Dr. Susan Love and her medical team run this empowering site, offering advice on making decisions and living with breast cancer.

Cleaning for a Reason - If you know any woman currently undergoing chemotherapy, please pass the word to her that there is a cleaning service that provides FREE housecleaning - once per month for 4 months while she is in treatment. All she has to do is sign up and have her doctor fax a note confirming the treatment. Cleaning for a Reason will have a participating maid service in her zip code area arrange for the service. This organization serves the entire USA and currently has 547 partners to help these women. It's our job to pass the word and let them know that there are people out there that care. Be a blessing to someone and pass this information along.

An Inspiring Breast Cancer Story - Larry's friend, Jane Fendelman found out she might die from aggressive breast Cancer. She needed to talk about things that her friends and family were not comfortable with... like death and dying. With no one to turn to, a 40% chance to survive, and an intention to say what she felt needed saying before she died, she started talking to her video camera. Jane could never have predicted what happened next. The video-taping was deeply healing for Jane and miraculously uplifting to others. Jane says, "The whole experience gave me wings. I'm so lucky I got Cancer."

CancerNet - Your gateway to the most recent and accurate breast cancer information (and other kinds of cancer) from the National Cancer Institute. Hundreds of links concerning treatment, clinical trials, genetics, causes, risk factors, prevention, testing, coping, support, literature, statistics and additional resources.

Music of Hope CD Lush, Jazzy and Classic in One CD Collection - Some of the world's top artists have gathered to create this CD, a remarkable collection released to benefit the American Cancer Society. Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, Ray Charles, Andre Previn, Tim Janis, Emanuel Ax, Kurt Masur, the New York Philharmonic and the London Symphony Orchestra have banded together not only to raise money for cancer research, but also to create new music that has the ability to lift the spirits of those whose lives have been changed by cancer. 100% of artist royalties and record company profits will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Click here.

Breast Cancer Semipostal Research Stamp - Breast Cancer Stamp Breast Cancer Stamp The United States Postal Service has announced that the Breast Cancer Research "semipostal" stamp (on the left), the nation's first fund-raising stamp when it was issued in 1998, has been revalued from 40 cents to 45 cents effective March 23, 2002. The postal appropriations bill enacted by Congress in November 2001 extended the sales period of the Breast Cancer Research stamp until Dec. 31, 2003, and changed the pricing formula for semipostals. This stamp can be used for the current 39¢ stamp with the difference going to charity. Seventy percent of net proceeds above the cost of postage will be given to the National Institutes of Health, and 30 percent of net proceeds above the cost of postage will be given to the Medical Research Program of the Department of Defense. The NIH and DOD were identified as recipients of the funds by legislation enacted in 1997. We encourage you to purchase this stamp to support Breast Cancer Research. To date (October, 2010), more than $67.8 million has been raised.

The National Cancer Institute says that breast cancer is still the most common cancer among women, but more women die each year from lung cancer. Breast cancer incidence increased among women aged 50 to 74, probably because of wider use of mamography, which detects hidden disease. But the death rate among white women has declined steadily since 1989 and dramatically since 1995. The mortality rate remained stable among black women in the 1990s.

Lung cancer remains the biggest cancer killer of both men and women (except Hispanic women, who died of breast cancer more often than lung cancer). The incidence of lung cancer in men is declining, as is the mortality rate. And while the incidence in women has leveled off, the death rate is still increasing -- because so many women started smoking after the 1940s. To date there's no practical screening test for lung cancer that has been shown to save lives.

Be sure to check out our Beat Breast Cancer Kits!

More info and links will soon be added to this page in the hope that it will encourage and inspire you to be aware of the miracle of healing!

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