Comments on: Hair Today, Give Tomorrow http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/ Diary Of A Breast Cancer Survivor's Healing Journey Sat, 11 Oct 2008 02:17:38 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.6.2 By: Bowel syndrome http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-15030 Bowel syndrome Sat, 15 Dec 2007 16:27:41 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-15030 Well I Glad and astonish that humanity is still in this world. Still people feels the emotions for someone whom you don't know even. I really appreciate her doing such a good thing. dr. Doniv Well I Glad and astonish that humanity is still in this world. Still people feels the emotions for someone whom you don’t know even. I really appreciate her doing such a good thing.

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By: Mr Law of Attraction http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-15027 Mr Law of Attraction Tue, 06 Nov 2007 07:45:33 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-15027 That's a brilliant idea , I wish you all the best and success. That’s a brilliant idea , I wish you all the best and success.

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By: carrie http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-15024 carrie Sat, 20 Oct 2007 22:52:14 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-15024 I was always blessed with fast growing thick hair. I donated 16 inchs of hair to locks of love 5 years ago. Now i want to donate to a woman or man with cancer. who do i contact? I was always blessed with fast growing
thick hair. I donated 16 inchs of hair to locks of love 5 years ago. Now i want to donate to a woman or man with cancer. who do i contact?

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By: beautytrendsblog.com » Blog Archive » Fighting Medical Hair Loss with Wigs http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-14998 beautytrendsblog.com » Blog Archive » Fighting Medical Hair Loss with Wigs Tue, 03 Jul 2007 16:59:40 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-14998 [...] be an issue in my case. Wouldn’t that have been a cute joke for the universe to pull on me?” (http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/)The women who have best dealt with this are the ones who have viewed it as a challenge and not a [...] [...] be an issue in my case. Wouldn’t that have been a cute joke for the universe to pull on me?” (http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/)The women who have best dealt with this are the ones who have viewed it as a challenge and not a [...]

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By: Sister Study http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-14997 Sister Study Thu, 28 Jun 2007 15:00:22 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-14997 How would you like to make a difference in breast cancer research? The Sister Study needs your help to determine if breast cancer is caused by something women come in contact with at work, at home, in their communities or in the personal products they use. The Sister Study is looking for 50,000 women to help discover the environmental and genetic causes of the disease. Women ages 35 to 74 are eligible to join if their sister (living or deceased), related to them by blood, had breast cancer; they have never had breast cancer themselves; and they live in the United States or Puerto Rico. ENROLL TODAY or simply help spread the word to women in your community! Either way, you can help find the causes of breast cancer!! For more information visit www.sisterstudy.org or www.estudiodehermanas.org. Call toll-free 1-877-4SISTER. Deaf/Hard of Hearing call 1-866-TTY-4SIS. How would you like to make a difference in breast cancer research? The Sister Study needs your help to determine if breast cancer is caused by something women come in contact with at work, at home, in their communities or in the personal products they use.

The Sister Study is looking for 50,000 women to help discover the environmental and genetic causes of the disease. Women ages 35 to 74 are eligible to join if their sister (living or deceased), related to them by blood, had breast cancer; they have never had breast cancer themselves; and they live in the United States or Puerto Rico.

ENROLL TODAY or simply help spread the word to women in your community! Either way, you can help find the causes of breast cancer!!

For more information visit http://www.sisterstudy.org or http://www.estudiodehermanas.org. Call toll-free 1-877-4SISTER. Deaf/Hard of Hearing call 1-866-TTY-4SIS.

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By: Marketer Exposes Herself For Charity » Copywriting Blog By Copywriter Michel Fortin http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-14866 Marketer Exposes Herself For Charity » Copywriting Blog By Copywriter Michel Fortin Sat, 19 May 2007 19:27:38 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-14866 [...] more to it than this. For the complete story, check out my wife’s latest blog entry describing exactly how it’s all going to happen — and how you can [...] [...] more to it than this. For the complete story, check out my wife’s latest blog entry describing exactly how it’s all going to happen — and how you can [...]

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By: Like Your Hair http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-13093 Like Your Hair Fri, 30 Mar 2007 22:46:38 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-13093 You are strong and courageous and a true survival! Thanks for the article, and know that lots of women shave their heads in solidarity with breast cancer victims. We support you! You are strong and courageous and a true survival! Thanks for the article, and know that lots of women shave their heads in solidarity with breast cancer victims. We support you!

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By: Fundraiser http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-6200 Fundraiser Mon, 15 Jan 2007 04:23:31 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-6200 are them crickets i hear a chirpin? are them crickets i hear a chirpin?

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By: Mary Kenny http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-1504 Mary Kenny Wed, 01 Nov 2006 07:03:28 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-1504 I pushed send button before I put the site - www.emu.ca Tele 888-784-2244 Plus, I have since found out that research by Dr. Bounus at McGill U. might also help provide a puzzle piece in the health question. NOTE: I have no gain/ interest at all in either Dr. Code's book or Dr. Bounus' research and HMS 90 product. (a whey protein isolate). I pushed send button before I put the site - http://www.emu.ca
Tele 888-784-2244

Plus, I have since found out that research by Dr. Bounus at McGill U. might also help provide a puzzle piece in the health question.

NOTE: I have no gain/ interest at all in either Dr. Code’s book or Dr. Bounus’ research and HMS 90 product. (a whey protein isolate).

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By: Mary Kenny http://www.breastcancervictory.com/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-1502 Mary Kenny Wed, 01 Nov 2006 06:49:00 +0000 http://www.breastcancervictory.com/2006/10/12/shave-a-thon-chemotherapy-and-hair-loss/#comment-1502 Sylvie: I feel like I've been living "under a rock" these last two weeks, because I missed your beautiful "real estate" event. BUT, all is not lost. I finally crawled out... It must have been the smell of your Lemon Pie! (I did read your blog!) The other evening, I attended what I thought would be a "pitch fest" for some new health fad. Yikes, was I ever wrong! Dr. William Code, a Saskatchewan born and trained Doctor, who has practised medicine in Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C. talked about his journey through illness as he strived for health. In the process of doing this, he explained a lot about nutrition and exactly how he developed his personal roadmap towards health. Dr. Code is Anesthesiologist and a researcher, who was diagnosed in 1996 (at age 42), with progressive MS. Prognosis: you don't even want to know... Like you, Sylvie, Dr. Code is a true inspiration. The fact that, 10 years after being diagnosed, he could walk into the hall, to share what he learned through his research about gaining back better health, is in itself amazing. While I know MS and cancer are not the same, I learned there are similarities among auto-immune diseases, which is a label that covers both MS and cancer. So, while he has focused on MS this last decade due to his situation, he has found how he can help others find their roadmap towards health. Anyway, his book "Who's In Control of Your Multiple Sclerosis" is worth a read by anybody with an auto-immune disease. Dr. Code even includes his personal contact info and invites people to contact him. Throughout Dr. Code's presentation, I thought about you, Sylvie. If anything in what he has discovered can help you, Sylvie, it is worth a read. Sylvie:

I feel like I’ve been living “under a rock” these last two weeks, because I missed your beautiful “real estate” event. BUT, all is not lost. I finally crawled out… It must have been the smell of your Lemon Pie! (I did read your blog!)

The other evening, I attended what I thought would be a “pitch fest” for some new health fad.

Yikes, was I ever wrong!

Dr. William Code, a Saskatchewan born and trained Doctor, who has practised medicine in Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C. talked about his journey through illness as he strived for health. In the process of doing this, he explained a lot about nutrition and exactly how he developed his personal roadmap towards health.

Dr. Code is Anesthesiologist and a researcher, who was diagnosed in 1996 (at age 42), with progressive MS. Prognosis: you don’t even want to know…

Like you, Sylvie, Dr. Code is a true inspiration. The fact that, 10 years after being diagnosed, he could walk into the hall, to share what he learned through his research about gaining back better health, is in itself amazing.

While I know MS and cancer are not the same, I learned there are similarities among auto-immune diseases, which is a label that covers both MS and cancer. So, while he has focused on MS this last decade due to his situation, he has found how he can help others find their roadmap towards health.

Anyway, his book “Who’s In Control of Your Multiple Sclerosis” is worth a read by anybody with an auto-immune disease. Dr. Code even includes his personal contact info and invites people to contact him.

Throughout Dr. Code’s presentation, I thought about you, Sylvie. If anything in what he has discovered can help you, Sylvie, it is worth a read.

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