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March 18, 2009

Breast Cancer Patient Runs Marathon on Diagnosis Anniversary to Inspire Others

By Anonymous5943 Anonymous5943

Running a 26.2 mile marathon is a fulfilling experience for anyone. Doing so on the first anniversary of your breast cancer diagnosis makes it even more special. When 40-year old Kim Loving of St. Augustine, Florida learned she had estrogen positive HER-2 breast cancer on February 15, 2008, she realized she didn’t have time to […]

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Tags: 1136, 2375, 2376, 26.2 with Donna, 4727, 5250, 5279, 5334, breast cancer, Cancer, HER-2, Hercepting


February 21, 2009

Snowboarding Great Grandma Cancer Survivor on YouTube

By Lee Aase Lee Aase

In last week’s Social Media Saturday post we introduced Mayo Clinic’s YouTube channel and how you can view videos and pass them along to your family or friends who might find them interesting. But what if you want to share your story through video? One option is to contact our Mayo Clinic social media team when […]

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Tags: 1136, 3098, 4727, 5158, 5327, 5333, Bladder Cancer, Cancer, Grandma, Mayo Clinic, Robotic Surgery, Snowboard


January 28, 2009

Male Breast Cancer: A Patient’s Story

By CSMMayo CSMMayo

When Craig McMillan found a lump in his left breast while showering in September 2004, he didn’t think much of it. The 59-year-old insurance agent from Quincy, Fla., assumed it was a harmless, fatty cyst like others he had had. But the decision to mention it to his family physician during his annual physical may […]

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Tags: 1136, 3649, 4053, 4727, 4728, 5250, 5279, 5334, breast center, Cancer, male breast cancer, Patient Stories


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