Tag: breast cancer

Mammograms-What I Wish More Moms Knew

I may have the closest watched breasts in town. I have dense breasts with cysts and microcalcifications. It sounds way more dramatic than it actually is—the largest cyst measures less than one centimeter in diameter. My mammograms are accompanied by ultrasounds and occur every six months because radiologists cannot always see my cysts through dense

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Someone is Missing

I’m happy to be among the few who can say that they really enjoy their in-laws.  My in-laws are a loving, kooky, and generally awesome bunch.  There’s the matriarch, Bubby, who is independent, quick-witted, and a fabulous hostess, even at the age of ::ahem::…basically, she’s everything I want to be when I grow up.  Her late

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