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Care Guideline 5: Pregnancy and Breast Cancer

You should be offered counselling if you are diagnosed with breast cancer during pregnancy or within a year of giving birth to help you cope with the impact on you and your family. To get the full story on all the Guidelines go to www.Rethinkbreastcancer.com/Careguidelines

#YWBC: Heather

Name: Heather Choate Age: 32 Occupation: Mother first, marriage coach and author second Age when diagnosed with breast cancer: 29 Breast cancer type: Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma Breast cancer stage:...

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My First Mother’s Day

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Care Guideline #5 For Young Women With Breast Cancer: Assistance During...

Being diagnosed with breast cancer during or after pregnancy can have a major impact on a young woman and her family. Our 5th guideline from the Care...

Rethink Launches New Care Guidelines for Young Women with Breast Cancer

Not a single day goes by where I'm not thankful to live in Canada with access to healthcare for all. Like most Canadians, I...