I am writing to you on behalf of a dear friend Nesha and her family. As many of you know Nesha has been battling a very aggressive form of breast cancer for the last year. She has progressed to stage 4, with the cancer now spread into her bones.
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Metrics details. African American women have higher rates of breast cancer mortality than their white counterparts. Studies have suggested that this is partly caused by discovery of cancer at a later stage, highlighting the importance of encouraging early detection of breast cancer in this population.
At Peak Medical Clinic we understand that the art of truly healing patients uses the best combination of complementary, holistic, ancillary and traditional medicine approaches. This optimizes the foundations of good health not only in the body but also the mind and spirit. This philosophy is what drives our medical facilities and providers who are dedicated to offering the PEAK experience.
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Our Mission. Our Story. Backed by a grass roots community of givers, 1 of Us was founded as 1 in 9 in to provide financial support for women undergoing breast cancer treatment.
Cameron tells Patch what it's like to be living with a cancer doctor's told her she'd die from, and what getting the donation means to her and her family. In October I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer and I have been fighting for my life ever since, defying doctors' opinions that I should be dead already. I am years-old and a single mother of a beautiful year-old girl.
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Dr Nisha Jagasia is a Gynaecological Oncologist specialising in the surgical management of women with confirmed or suspected gynaecological malignancy and complex benign gynaecological pathology. Dr Jagasia's training is further complemented by having completed a fellowship year in General and Colorectal surgery as well as being awarded the Graduate Diploma in Palliative Care through Flinder's University. She holds a Senior Lecturer position through the University of Queensland and is involved in teaching medical students and trainees that rotate through the Gynaecological Oncology service at Mater Hospital.