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How I Lost My Uterus and Found My Voice updated their profile picture.
January 12
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As a registered nurse, Jill Carter was already a firm believer in vaccines. But after learning she had HPV-related cervical cancer in 2010, she has become an even bigger proponent of the HPV vaccine.
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300 copies of my book signed, packed and ready to ship! I am excited to speak at the 2017 Kentucky Immunization Conference next month. Thank you for ordering my book for all the participants. #HPVvaccine

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300 copies of my book signed, packed and ready to ship! I am excited to speak at the 2017 Kentucky Immunization Conference next month. Thank you for ordering my book for all the participants. #HPVvaccine

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How I Lost My Uterus and Found My Voice updated their profile picture.
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In June 2006, the first human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine was licensed for use in the U.S. Rather than celebrate the development of a vaccine to prevent a deadly form of cancer, many parents have…
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This is for my big sister, Shawna-Kay Christy

Shawna-Kay Christy

Fighting cancer takes all your focus, positive energy, and supplements to replace what the treatments take from your body. Yet when you can't work to pay your b...ills, buy your medications or supplements, even buy groceries your struggles become harder. And you feel inadequate at supporting your family. Asking for assistance is very hard for me but losing my car means losing my way to treatment and could affect my life. Please help me anyway you can. Every penny counts. I am trying everything I can to build my business and be able to support myself again but I am not there yet, so I desperately need help. Thank you in advance. - Shawna-Kay

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My friend since early childhood, Shawna-Kay Christy, was recently diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma in her right breast. Further testing revealed the cancer to be Stage 3, meaning the cancer is in at least 4 lymph nodes. A mastectomy is probable in several months, following chemo first to...
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Days after being diagnosed with cervical cancer and just moments before surgery, Erin Andrews had one request for her oncologist. “I’m not watching any football games at home. This is […
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Marissa Jaret Winokur updated her status.

I need to say this !
I AM A CERVICAL CANCER SURVIVOR ! With out the proper test that diagnosed me I would be dead . I WOULD BE DEAD! I WOULD BE DEAD! Woman's He...ath care is not all about abortion!?! It also provides woman who can't afford to goto a fancy dr. To get the same test that diagnosed me for free!!! Please note I was 27 and my Pap test ( a test giving at every plan parenthood to every woman ) came back positive . Thankfully I had the test in time and ONLY had to have a radical hysterectomy... it had already spread from my cervix to my uterus!! If I didn't find it from a simple test that I WOULD BE DEAD! -there are no warning signs until it's to late!! If you are pro life PLEASE LISTEN TO ME !! Are you pro MY life because shutting down woman's health care will KILL WOMAN ...

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Carol Lacey

Cancer Avenger PSA: This is what Cervivor does. Educates. Inspires. Supports. Knowledge is power. Be informed. #cervivor #cervivorambassador #EndCervicalCancer

For more Info visit: http://www.cervivor.org Have you recently been diagnosed with cervical cancer? Or are you a 3 year survivor, a 5 year survivor, a 20 yea...
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There's exciting new hope in the fight against breast cancer: a new test performed in addition to mammograms that's showing it can be up to four times better at finding cancer.
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About 74 percent of seventh graders had received the vaccine during the last school year, according to the RI Department of Health.
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A chronicle of the medical community’s mistakes getting the HPV vaccine out.
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Expensive life-saving cancer drug Avastin will now be listed on the PBS to help cervical cancer sufferers.
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New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests an increase in cancer cases associated with human papillomavirus (HPV), a common sexually transmitted infection for which several strains can be prevented with vaccination.
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A young man wonders if his parents knew how widespread HPV was, trying to justify why they never got him the vaccination. He explains that they might not have known he would get cancer because of HPV, or maybe they didn't know there was a way to protect him. Merck urges parents to talk to their chil...
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