Can one donate blood if they had breast cancer?

Answer A breast cancer survivor may donate blood if the cancer is in remission and if she has not had any treatment in the past two years. The same is true for most other cancers, except for leukemia, Hod... Read More »

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Why is it we have breast cancer awareness pins to wear and show support...breast cancer walks?

Typically, it's the big fish that makes the biggest splash.While watching the Oscars, they honoured Jerry Lewis and they said he was responsible for raising $2 billion for MS.$2 billion bucks and I... Read More »

My paternal grandmother died of breast cancer. Does that increase my chances of developing breast cancer?

Breast cancer is common enough that having a grandparent who contracted the disease does not necessarily mean that you have any predisposition to it yourself. Just be vigilant, and you'll be fine.

Why is it so many 12 year olds think they have breast cancer?

Susie it is frustrating right? To know what you went through, how hard it was, and then to see every little girl saying they have it because of minor flaws or "symptoms" they have? It makes you mad... Read More »

Just like people donate Blood, Can a human donate Insulin?

Insulin used to be made from the pancreases of slaughtered pigs and cows. To get insulin from you, they'd have to take out your pancreas, which would not be good for you. You can't extract it from... Read More »