Your twenties are a time for exploration, learning more about the person you are becoming and getting the most out of life. However, in June of this year, her world was shaken. Immediately calling her primary physician, she was scheduled for an emergency mammogram, followed by a biopsy.
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It's 6. While music plays in the background, Jasmine Han twirls effortlessly around the pole as she encourages her students, who are attempting the difficult manoeuvres. She teases them about their moves, and the roomful of women bursts into laughter.
She counts herself lucky. It was a painful, fearful time, but she knew her mom would be OK. Above all else, she wants to prevent that.
Friday, December 30, is the day my life changed forever. At the age of 26, I was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer. But after we received my pathology report, we realized things were a little more complicated.
While watching her grandmother battle breast cancer, Jasmine Jones wondered why there weren't better options for survivors who needed to find bras for their post-mastectomy bodies. She decided to fill that void, partnering with a top breast surgeon to launch Cherry Blossom Intimates, a breast health facility and bra shop that uses post-mastectomy 3D chestwall scanning technology to create customized prosthetics in a boutique setting. Age
Could a substance from the jasmine flower hold the key to an effective new therapy to treat cancer? He and his colleagues have developed an anti-cancer drug based on a decade of research into the commercial applications of the compound Jasmonate, a synthetic compound derived from the flower itself. Flescher began to research the compound about a decade ago, and with his recent development of the drug, his studies have now begun to bear meaningful fruit.
Jump to navigation. My research portfolio is founded on my interest in understanding underlying biological mechanisms. Therefore, my areas of methodological specialty are in molecular epidemiology and study designs that probe into the underlying mechanisms of disease etiology.
What happens when two women, both with a similar goal in mind, join forces in hopes of bridging a gap? After exchanging stories, they realized how much more they have in common, besides breast cancer. Something they wish they had for themselves and their families, when they were diagnosed.