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Journal Entry: Sat Aug 9, 2014, 6:21 PM


To all my DA Friends!!:heart:
This is the day the Lord has made.
Let us rejoice and be glad in it.....~Psalms 118:24
May all my dear friends and their families have a beautiful and glorious day!....:love::peace:...Sandy



Cervical Cancer

The American Cancer Society's estimates for cervical cancer in the United States are for 2014:

  • About 12,360 new cases of invasive cervical cancer will be diagnosed.
  • About 4,020 women will die from cervical cancer.

Some researchers estimate that non-invasive cervical cancer (carcinoma) occurs about 4 times more often than invasive cervical cancer.

Cervical cancer was once one of the most common causes of cancer death for American women. Then, between 1955 and 1992, the cervical cancer death rate declined by almost 70%. The main reason for this change was the increased use of the Pap test. This screening procedure can find changes in the cervix before cancer develops. It can also find cervical cancer early − in its most curable stage. The death rate from cervical cancer has been stable in recent years.

Cervical cancer tends to occur in midlife. Most cases are found in women younger than 50. It rarely develops in women younger than 20. Many older women do not realize that the risk of developing cervical cancer is still present as they age. More than 20% of cases of cervical cancer are found in women over 65. However these cancers rarely occur in women who have been getting regular tests to screen for cervical cancer before they were 65.

In the United States, Hispanic women are most likely to get cervical cancer, followed by African-Americans, Asians and Pacific Islanders, and whites. American Indians and Alaskan natives have the lowest risk of cervical cancer in this country.

:iconsadplz:Our youngest daughter was diagnosed with stage 2 cervical cancer 3 weeks ago,she underwent a Pet scan and fortunately the cancer was not found any where else. They preformed a radical hysterectomy Wednesday and she came through the surgery very well and was released from the hospital yesterday evening,she is in a lot of pain but trying to stay in good spirits! We are still waiting for the pathology report to find out if she will need chemo/and or radiation treatments we are praying that this won't be needed. This has been really hard on all of us and I just wanted everyone to know what has been going on.
Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers I know it will help her get through this.
Much :love: to all my dear friends,
Sandy



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I received this wonderful badge from a truly lovely lady :iconartbycher: :thumb193425266: I feel very honored and I hope I can always live up to it!Thank you from my heart!:heart::love:
Just a reminder to anyone who is interested that anything I put in my scraps can be used for stock,if anything in my gallery strikes your fancy just ask me!!!!:love:

Don't forget to check out my husband's site at :iconharleezpix: and my beautiful daughter :iconpilgrimsoul: My lovely CSS was created by :iconlauraest:


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PridesCrossing
Sandy
United States
Current Residence: Missouri
Favourite genre of music: every kind,folk,classical,rock,country,celtic....
Favourite photographer: Everyone On DA!!!
Favourite style of art: A liitle of everything,alot of fantasy
Operating System: windows 7
MP3 player of choice: don't have one,don't want one
Shell of choice: what?
Wallpaper of choice: my own
Skin of choice: all kinds
Favourite cartoon character: Betty Boop,Courage,the cowardly dog,Tom and Jerry
Personal Quote: dandelions become roses in a child's hand
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Thanks To Everyone by PridesCrossing
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I just wanted to tell everyone how special you make me feel ,the notes, comments and gifts put a smile in my heart that will never fade and I thank each and every one of you from my heart!!Your friendship and continuous support means the world to me!!:heart:
:love:You all!
Sandy

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caddman Featured By Owner 2 hours ago  Professional General Artist
Sandy

Fav ...The Afraid Fella (Reactions) ...First Emoticon Boing 8D
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Hummingbird by KmyGraphic FOR THE FAVING.
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LunarFerns Featured By Owner Edited 9 hours ago   Artisan Crafter
Lama2 by LunarFerns Thanks5 by LunarFerns  
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Lady-68 Featured By Owner 10 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Rose  Thank you so much for the fav!  :happybounce:   I wish you have a lovely day! Rose 
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Placi1 Featured By Owner 11 hours ago
Thank you so much for the faves!!:) (Smile) 
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