Scary Fact of the Day

On average 10 women die each day in the United States due to Cervical Cancer.

Be aware. Talk about Cervical Cancer & HPV. DO NOT be ashamed, frightened or embarrassed to talk about it. There is too much false information going around about cervial cancer & HPV and we need to correct and stop that. If women were really aware of the facts they would be interested and active in the prevention, cure and education of cervical cancer and HPV.


AngiDe said...

Come over and check out my giveaway! It's a goodie!!


Unknown said...

Wanted to thank you for putting all this info out there. I am a thyroid cancer survivor and have had cervical pre-cancer, which required my having a LEEP procedure, and am now healthy! Blessings ~ Sue

Fly French Vanilla said...

you too girl! enjoy your week!

Anonymous said...

I read your story from start to finish yesterday and was just completely amazing. I cannot believe what you have been through. I sat here and was SO mad at those doctors and my heart just ached for you! What a horrible thing... I hope you continue to feel better each and everyday and I think raising awarness like you are is awesome!

Bebe said...

Hi Meaghan!
Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm sorry you had trouble with the giveaway, but there may be a reason. I had a giveaway for my 85th post, but that is over now. I'll have another one soon, though! You might want to go visit Marian's blog because she is having a fall giveaway with some pretties. Here's her site (it's going on until Oct. 19th, so there's plenty of time):

I have been reading your story with heartache, pain, and joy over the last couple of days. You are truly a courageous, and strong woman to have gone through all that! (((HUGS))) I don't know if I could have had your positive spirit throughout, but you are an inspiration!! And going to law school while doing the treatments and the surgeries ~ I am in awe of your bravery and tenacity in the face of such a terrifying ordeal. Girl, you are what they find in the dictionary under the word "survivor"! I think what you are doing to raise awareness is commendable. There are those that wouldn't want to mention the word cancer ever again, but you are getting the word out to help others. That is a wonderful outlook and I know you are going to be a great lawyer one day.
Lots of Hugs, Bebe :)

P.S. Have you thought about becoming a prosecuting doctor malpractice lawyer? :)

Nicole said...

Good for you for spreading awareness! I've lost too many friends at a young age to cancer. Keep it up!