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You are missed Ms. Barna....... We miss you teaching and seeing you at school.
May you be in heaven smiling down at us......
Seeing more "pink" reminds me of the increasing awareness for an important cause.
please get your yearly mammogram... ~`TOGETHER WE CAN SAVE LIVES~~ blessings to all of the victims of this dreaded disease...
My family has been touched by breast cancer. Some of the women in my family have survived it. Others have not. I have seen and experienced the toll breast cancer takes on the individual and those around them.
The women in my family affected by breast cancer will live in my memory as strong, beautiful women and I appreciate the work that groups such as this do to end breast cancer forever.
My friends mother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. I am truly sad for her and am praying everyday that she will beat it
I know several women who are fighting breast cancer. I pray for everyone who is touched by it.
I lost an aunt to breast cancer, and feel sad for anyone else who has lost someone in their family to breast cancer.
I was at the Run for the Cure recently and I was struck by how many people there were, all of whom had been touched in some way by breast cancer. It's good to know there is so much support out there and I hope it can stop breast cancer from hurting so many people. I am proud of the strength of everybody there to stand up and do something about it.
Sharing the wise words of my hero Merijane Block, living with metastatic breast cancer:
Everything takes longer
Thank you think it should
Or thought it would
Except your life
I had a teacher in high school who was diagnosed with breast cancer. I could only imagine her struggle. I admire her so much and the fact that she never let any of her pain show. She was a very strong woman and I will never forget her courage.
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