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06/01/2011

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Sunithi Selvaraj

Thank you for sharing your story and God Bless you in your jouney forward. I have a strong family history of cancer ... Grandma had breast cancer, Mom had a skin related vaginal cancer and I have not had a pap smear in two years. Just have'nt taken time to reschedule it. This piece you wrote just reminded me schedule one ASAP ! Thanks ! Keep us posted .. will look through the rest of the articles this week and say a prayer for you as you move forward.

Julie Hewett

THANK YOU!!! Every time a woman takes the time to get screened I know that you will NOT have to share my story. If you are over 30 make sure to also asked for the HPV Test!

Hugs & Love

Julie

mr. freddy's mom

Great post, indeed!
and thank you so much for the tips.
Cancer is the greatest enemy in our lives.

Btw, thank you for the big welcome in MBC. I would like to
follow you through google connect but you're on typepad
that I don't know how ''follow'' blog works.

http://www.momfashionworld.com/

David Haas

Hello,

I have a question about your blog. Please email me at [email protected]

Thanks,

David

Kathie Peterson

Thank you so much for sharing your story! What an inspiration you are. My mother died of cervical cancer last year. It's been a hard year, but I am happy that the HPV vaccine is out there, and that my daughter (who is 2 now), will have a fighting chance against this disease. My mother never had that. I also wanted to share a resource, http://onlineceucredit.com/edu/social-work-ceus-can - it's a great site for anyone struggling with the emotional ramifications that come along with cancer. I'll be visiting this blog often! Keep up the amazing posts.

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Cervical cancer is most common in India. But sadly there is little awareness. Women find it suspicious when they are told to have periodic pap smears. Forget periodic they dont bother to get themselves checked even once during their entire reproductive life. And few who feel like doing, are prevented/discouraged by their husbands & family members. Cant imagine how much they really suffer before they eventually get diagnosed at a much advanced stage.

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