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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by rdowns, Nov 12, 2009.
Great news to help cancer survivors come back to some normality in their life.
This is great news.
My great-grandfather had breast cancer. He died in the late 1980s because none of the local doctors realized what it was in time. His daughter, my grandmother, survived it but her sister died from it.
Anything that lessens the lasting effects (both medical and non-medical) of breast cancer is a win in my book.
That's great. It will definitely help all those people who've had a tough time with breast cancer. Damage to physical appearance (breast removal, baldness, etc) can definitely negatively impact a patient psychologically or emotionally, so even just trying helping to fix that is a good cause.