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Breast Cancer Awareness Calendars From Blue Sky

The Breast Cancer Awareness calendars are a great addition to any office, home or commercial environment. Mix and match with other planning products from Blue Sky to organize your daily life. Blue Sky proudly supports, the leading online source of breast cancer information.

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Living Well Beyond Breast Cancer, by Marisa Weiss, M.D. and Ellen Weiss Chief Medical Officer Marisa Weiss, M.D. has completely updated her groundbreaking book, Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Under its new title, Living Well Beyond Breast Cancer, readers will get new tips on surviving breast cancer and overcoming the challenges that follow.

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Taking Care of Your "Girls," by Marisa Weiss, M.D. and Isabel Friedman

Dr. Weiss and her 18-year-old daughter, Isabel, have co-authored Taking Care of Your "Girls:" A Breast Health Guide for Girls, Teens, and In-Betweens, published by Random House. They talk candidly about breast development and breast health — separating myths from facts and detailing everyday steps to improve breast health and reduce breast cancer risk over a lifetime.

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7 Minutes! How to Get The Most From Your Doctor Visit, by Marisa Weiss, M.D.

Written by the Chief Medical Officer of, 7 Minutes! How to Get the Most From Your Doctor Visit provides expert advice to help you find the right doctor, get answers, and manage your doctor-patient relationship with confidence.

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The Breast Reconstruction Guidebook, by Kathy Steligo

No woman wants to lose her breasts. But when mastectomy is necessary, you have options to recreate what breast cancer takes away. This updated, bestselling book objectively explains mastectomy, the benefits and limitations of reconstruction with breast implants and/or your own tissue, what you can expect in the hospital and at home, and much more.

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Confronting Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer, by Sue Friedman, DVM, Rebecca Sutphen, MD, and Kathy Steligo

If you're concerned that the cancer in your family is hereditary, you face difficult choices. Should you have a blood test to see if you carry a BRCA gene mutation that raises your risk of disease? Should you preemptively treat a disease that may never develop? How do you make decisions now that will affect the rest of your life? This helpful, informative guide answers your questions no matter where you are on the hereditary cancer journey.

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