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House Proceeding on Oct 28th, 2009 :: 0:57:40 to 0:59:45
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Sue Wilkins Myrick

0:57:32 to 0:57:53( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: awareness month, and we see it all over by the pink ribbons everywhere, media campaigns, throughout the last 30 days there's been good exposure. but the month is nearly over but the need for breast cancer awareness and education continues all year long. october 13 has been recognized as national metastatic breast cancer awareness

Sue Wilkins Myrick

0:57:40 to 0:59:45( Edit History Discussion )
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Sue Wilkins Myrick

0:57:54 to 0:58:15( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: like to thank the breast cancer network for their continued community outreach. awareness and education has assisted in the annual decline in deaths from breast cancer. the centers for disease control is stressing importance of women receiving regular mammograms which can help doctors diagnose breast cancer in its early

Sue Wilkins Myrick

0:58:16 to 0:58:36( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: stages which was my fortunate experience. it is because of these successf national -- and national breast cancer awareness month that encourage early diagnosis before the cancer cells travel from the breast to other parts of the body, including the most well-known and unfortunately the places they go the most often, ones, liver, lungs, and

Sue Wilkins Myrick

0:58:37 to 0:58:59( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: brain. and that describes metastatic breast cancer. it's four breast cancer, cause it is diagnosed when the cancer has spread to one or more of these dist fo all it's the scariest form of the disease and one that's very

Sue Wilkins Myrick

0:59:00 to 0:59:21( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: difficult to fight. someoneace this reality when they are first diagnosed, they are told it's stage four, and others it's a diagnosis they face later on as they go through their treatment, which is happening one of my friends currently. for these women times truly of the essence and it's a part of family and friends and their support is crucial.

Sue Wilkins Myrick

0:59:22 to 0:59:42( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: sadly, metastatic breast is deadly in most good news is that research continues to make great strides in improving survival rates and the quality of life for these patients. i'm very proud to support this resolution t 13 as metastatic breast cancer awareness day and i thank my good friend,

Sue Wilkins Myrick

0:59:43 to 0:59:47( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: delauro, for -- who is also a consequencer survivor, i might

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