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Janet and Rick Stanfield on going through breast cancer together

Published On: | Eric Brown

Husband and wife share a breast cancer journey together During their 32 years of marriage Rick and Janet Stanfield have plenty of life adventures to share, but never did they think breast cancer would be one of them. They both were diagnosed within a few months of each other. In December 2018, Janet learned she […]

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Julie Larson, LCSW on guilt and stress

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Survivor guilt … it’s time to talk about this reality We don’t talk enough about it … the guilt, the stress, the feelings that it’s just not fair … Cancer flips you on head. The question of “why me?” can haunt any cancer patient. Everyone knows someone who had cancer and died, and those stories […]

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Dr. Danielle DeLuca-Pytell on protecting your skin during chemotherapy

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Chemotherapy can wreak havoc on the skin. Chemotherapy kills off cancer cells but often it hits healthy cells, too, especially those of the skin. During The Breast of Everything podcast, Danielle DeLuca-Pytell, MD, plastic surgeon, talks with Linsey Gold, DO, breast surgeon with Comprehensive Breast Care, about what cancer patients can do to protect their […]

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Jean Soulios, Rocky Storm, Dr. Katie Deming on CBC Products for your comfort and convenience

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  Comprehensive Breast Care (CBC) endorses and sells a few products on its website that the breast surgeons feel will improve the health and comfort of breast cancer patients immensely. During The Breast of Everything podcast, the physicians talk with product representatives who share details about the products they’ve created specifically for breast cancer patients. Featured guests […]

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Tami Lysher on Surviving and Thriving

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] Tami Lysher is a cancer survivor and thriver. It’s been 15 years since the Grand Blanc, Michigan business owner learned of her breast cancer diagnosis. Through her journey, and with the help of Comprehensive Breast Care Surgeon Linsey Gold, DO, FACOS, FACS, Tami has plenty of advice to share with other breast cancer patients […]

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Breast cancer survivor recommends seeking a second opinion

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It’s been 12 years since Registered Nurse Cory Pacheco heard the one word every single person fears … cancer. “When I got that phone call, it sucked the life right out of me,” she recalls vividly. “I eat right, I exercise regularly, I don’t smoke, I drink socially … I do everything I can to […]

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Cory Pacheco, RN, on Breast cancer survivor recommends seeking a second opinion

Published On: | Eric Brown

It’s been 12 years since Registered Nurse Cory Pacheco heard the one word every single person fears … cancer. “When I got that phone call, it sucked the life right out of me,” she recalls vividly. “I eat right, I exercise regularly, I don’t smoke, I drink socially … I do everything I can to […]

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The Role of a Breast Care Navigator

Published On: | Eric Brown

When a woman finds out she has breast cancer, in many cases she needs someone to “hold her hand” through this unanticipated and frightening journey into the unknown. Women face a confusing maze of questions and often become overwhelmed very quickly. As physicians, we do our best to provide as much support and information as […]

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MARSHA SCHMIT: The role of a breast care navigator

Published On: | Eric Brown

When a woman finds out she has breast cancer, in many cases she needs someone to “hold her hand” through this unanticipated and frightening journey into the unknown. Women face a confusing maze of questions and often become overwhelmed very quickly. As physicians, we do our best to provide as much support and information as […]

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SUE GLADER: “I have breast cancer…and a toddler”

Published On: | Eric Brown

Who would ever think that a young mother with a toddler would have to deal with breast cancer? It happened to Sue Glader, a 33-year-old wife, mother of a 13-month-old son, and freelance copywriter. She survived in stride with every step of her cancer – from diagnosis, to surgery, chemotherapy and radiation – and it […]

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