Monthly Archives: July 2012

BRCA: will it be a simple matter of genetics?

Today was another kinda sorta big day.  I went to Penn Radnor to meet with a genetics counselor. Yes, the BRCA gene test. I not only met with  Beth the program coordinator for the Cancer Risk Evaluation Program, I met … Continue reading

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ebb and flow

Life is indeed ebb and flow.  When you are diagnosed with breast cancer, you really go ebb and flow.  After you are through it and into survivor category in a sense it is still ebb and flow because you are … Continue reading

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boob alert: another bogus breast cancer charity – breast cancer prevention fund

Here it is the hottest day in recent memory, and I am flashing up a storm anyway today, so hot feels extra hot to me. Yes, it is 100 degrees down from I don’t want to think about it, and … Continue reading

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Originally posted on chestercountyramblings:
Neighbors Main Line/Philly.com:   Posted: Tue, Jul. 3, 2012, 7:28  PM Eat locally: Farm fresh fruits and veggies from your own  ZIP code By Carla J. Zambelli Seasons evoke memories.  Summer evokes hot days and a slice…

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politics of the penis: don’t vote for boobs like chris collins

You know, I was wondering what I was going to write about on this blog as I hadn’t updated recently. And I have found my topic – not politics of the uterus, but politics of the penis. But first, a … Continue reading

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