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Cypress Head Women's Golf Association supports Breast Cancer Awareness month

13 Octobre 2017

All Sullivan knew was that her then-42-year-old mother had breast cancer, lost her hair and wore a wig. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Doherty posted an emotional photo on Thursday that captured the moment she began to lose her hair.

"This image is so personal to me", wrote Doherty, 46. "End result was clumps in my hands".

"I was sick, felt like I was losing myself. Felt ugly and yet more handsome inside than I had ever felt before", she wrote.

The former "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Charmed" star, who bravely battled the disease for almost two years before announcing she was in remission last April, shared a candid throwback photo of herself tearfully holding clumps of her own dark hair.

Critiqué pour son HLM parisien, Alexis Corbière s'énerve et se dit "exemplaire"
C'est le logement de la famille d'Alexis Corbière , Raquel Garrido et leurs trois enfants, dans le 12e arrondissement de Paris. En plus de ses honoraires d'avocate, Raquel Garrido perçoit une rémunération pour ses chroniques sur C8 .

Not counting some kinds of skin cancer, breast cancer in the U.S.is the most common cancer among women and the most common cause of death from cancer among Hispanic women, according to the the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "That's been due to a combination of better diagnosis, more people getting mammograms and better mammograms, and improvements in the treatments, mostly chemotherapy".

More than 30 women came together on Wednesday, Oct. 4 to not only play golf but support Breast Cancer Awareness month. Shock, denial, acceptance, anger, resentment, rebellion, fear, appreciation, beauty.

"Those who have experienced it know that even after you've kicked [its] ass, it still impacts you, in good ways and bad". "And you can still grasp life and live, live, live".

Cypress Head Women's Golf Association supports Breast Cancer Awareness month