Monday, May 08, 2006

I so admire this man, I'm sure you will too.

How brave of him to go public with breast cancer. I so hope that many, many more men will start checking their breasts. I'm glad I am married to one who does check his breasts ever month!

Sorry I just can't do a proper link....One of these days I'll ask for help LOL.

http://pr.atwola.com/promoclk/100119570x1087105253x1075907641/aol?redir=http%3a%2f%2fchannels%2eaolsvc%2eco%2euk%2fnews%2f%3fn%3drotator%26p%3dGold%26c%3dwelcome%5fscreen

10 comments:

Sandra said...

Hi Vanda,

Until a friend of mine`s Father had breast cancer I was unaware that men got it. I can understand men not talking about it very much.

Anonymous said...

i think all men should get checked as well as women..cancer is a well known problem in my family..most of them have had it or died from it..thank god my mom survived it twice.!!!

good for your husband..you can never be too carefull

thanks for stopping by and commenting.. i get alot of hits but almost no one ever comments!

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Savtadotty said...

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sassymonkey said...

The code for links is

< a href="put url here in quotes">link name here< /a >

I put spaces by between teh < and the a and > but just remove those and it will work for you.

~ nellenelle said...

I agree Vanda... someone was just telling me yesterday of a guy who has to be checked further for breast cancer. Men should definitely pay attention.

Emsxiety said...

Excellent post. Men do need to take it seriously, if they have breast tissue and they do, they can get breast cancer.

Bonnie Calhoun said...

That's an excellent topic. I don't think men take breast cancer serious enough!

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting!

Anonymous said...

Hope men take heed of this subject Ally

Vanda said...
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