Name: Tom Ramsey
Email:Billikins2@aol.comLocation: Olney, MD USADate: Sunday, August 6, 2000 at 23:25:02Comments: I am 52 years old and was diagnosed with Male Breast Cancer in Mar 200o. I've found that most of the men(and women)who have heard about my case were unaware of MBC. I didn't know myself until I saw a TV show which had a character with MBC. I've since had a mastectomy and just finished four cycles of AC with only minor side effects. The notes from other patients here are very encouraging. Thanks for your website and keep spreading the word! from the chemo.
Name: Ashley a Fairfield Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: huntsville, Thursday, July 27, 2000 at 18:40:51Comments: pray for Darby Holmes who died of breast cancer July 1, 1991. we love you and miss you. thank you so much for all your support
Name: Anthony Madrid Email:email@example.comLocation: Denton, TX U.S.Date: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 at 14:20:31Comments: I find this site to be very educational. I am currently assisting a professor with a grant whose goal is to increase awareness of breast cancer in men. If you have any statistical information that you think would be usefull, please let me know. Keep up the good work. Anthony
Name: Irma J. Hawkins-GillumEmail:Irma-Gill@worldnet.att.netLocation: Vallejo, CaliforniaDate: Sunday, October 29, 2000 at 01:25:53Comments: I'm currently a student attending a locate school for Medical Assistanting. With the growning number of men and womens with breast cancer, I chose to do my research paper on Breast Cancer in both men and womens also I will doing one on prostate cancer in men. This site has very good informatin and resources to go to for information.
Name: Bronwynn Cromartie Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: barstow, ca usaDate: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 at 14:11:54Comments: I am doing a speech for college on men and women breast cancer.Name:Aby TittleEmail:email@example.comLocation: glendale, az usDate: Monday, October 23, 2000 at 23:41:47Comments: I am looking for a health promotion practice of the male and female breast. I hope I have found it, I am a nursing student at Grand Canyon University. Thank you.
Name: David Crawford Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Birmingham, MIDate: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 at 09:41:03Comments: Currently a survivor of male breast cancer. Diagnosed in March of 2000, masectomy, chemo following. Tamoxifin next.
Name: Sydney Email:Kitty1106@aol.comLocation: St. Louis, MO USADate: Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 11:26:07 Comments: I forgot in my previous post to put down the url to the survey for ANY/ALL men who are interested in participating. You can find it at: http://www.farmwagon.com/~tajolla/malebcsurvey.htm I've started getting some good feedback now, but would like more (and if you want a repy to your post, include your e-mail address in the comment field). Again thank you for your response! It's about time that PEOPLE recognize that breast cancer is NOT just a woman's disease, but men get it too! I hope you will visit both of my sites that are dedicated to male breast cancer -- 1- http://www.geocities.com/kitty1106/index.html -- and -- 2- http://home.thirdage.com/Health/kitty1106 I hope to make another home page today, too. Again thank you.
Name: Sydney (female) Email:Kitty1106@aol.comLocation: St. Louis, MO USADate: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 at 23:57:59Comments: I just wanted to say that I've always thought very highly of your website and I wish you all the best in your efforts to spread the word about Male Breast Cancer. I've started creating home pages to do the same thing (I have a lot of links on my newest home page (on 3rd age), including the link to your site, Nancy. I hope ANY/ALL males w/Breast Cancer will visit my page & take the survey (it's on one of the links provided by Cilla). I hope one day that a cure will be found for ALL breast cancers! I, myself, am a 10 year breast cancer survivor.
Name:Stuart Dropkin Email:email@example.comLocation: Winter Park, FL USA 32789Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 at 08:23:54Comments: Great meeting you at the Orlando airport. Good luck with your mission.
Name: Lawrence McElroy Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Alexander, AR USADate: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 at 23:04:46Comments: I applaud your foundation. I am a man, diagnosed with breast cancer in 1985 when I was 29 years old. I underwent a radical mastectomy, 12 months of chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. I am in excellent health, with no signs of recurrence 15 years later. I am currently active with the local chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation promoting awareness of male breast cancer. To anyone currently battling breast cancer - don't lose hope. The battle can be won! Keep up the good work.
Name: Donna James Email:email@example.comLocation: Edmonton, AB CanadaDate: Tuesday, February 1, 2000 at 11:40:03Comments:Hello! I am a breast cancer survivor, currently serving as Vice-Chair of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation's National Board. I also Chair the Chapter Board here in Alberta.
Name: Doug McKee
Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Kamloops, B.C. CanadaDate: Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 18:52:02Comments:In the last couple of months I received a letter from my union, the Health Employees Union of British Columbia saying that there seemed to be an unusually high instance of breast cancer in women at my workplace, an extended care facility, in Kamloops. The letter bothered me the way it was worded in that the letter made it sound like this was a womans problem. It's not!!! Men have breasts too so it's not a womans problem or a mans problem but a human problem. Doug McKee
Name: Amy Brock Email:email@example.comLocation: Delmont, SD USADate: Wednesday, January 19, 2000 at 20:29:33Comments:I wanted to tell you that you inspire me to be my best and help anyone that I can. Me and my mom watch your show and the things you do for people is incretible. One time you had this old couple on your show and you helped them. I cry on most of your shows and how you help people. P.S. I will keep watching and one of these days I wish I could meet you.
Sincerely yours, Amy BrockName:
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Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Seneca, sc usaDate: Tuesday, June 6, 2000 at 21:59:13 Comments: I have just down-loaded your book. I had scheduled an appointment with my doctor for a routine breast examination this morning. While waiting , I picked up the June issue of Esquire magazine. Lo and behold, there was this article on the Nick Foundation and other men. Thanks for this website. I place I do not feel so alone.
Name: John A. Faiola Email:email@example.comLocation: Seneca,Date: Tuesday, June 6, 2000 at 22:03:10Comments: I just printed your book---fantastic ref mat'l. I may have to have biopsy next week for MBC.
Name: Joseph Mc Hale Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Wilmington, NC USADate: Wednesday, July 19, 2000 at 09:55:22Comments: I was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2000,I am presently under going chemo.The prognosis is good because I had good doctors who acted promptly.
Name: DR. RENEE B. ARAAN Email:email@example.comLocation: Manila, PhilippinesDate: Friday, July 14, 2000 at 09:15:40Comments: I'd like to know more re: male breast cancer.
Name:Glen Jesse Unck Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Henderson, NV US of ADate: Wednesday, July 12, 2000 at 18:15:05Comments: I think that this is a good foundation and i am glead that i was able to help by saleing them a good website
Name:A. Roufa, MDE mail:email@example.comLocation: New York, NY USADate: Wednesday, July 12, 2000 at 14:46:30Comments: Check out my site and you'll see where I'm overwhelmingly involved with breast cancer. Would love to get feedback from others. Roufa
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Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgNY USA Date: Friday, May 26, 2000 at 14:23:42Comments:Calling all Female Breast Cancer Survivors I'm a high school junior in Plainview, New York, and am coordinating a study in conjunction with the Department of Preventive Medicine at the University Hospital at Stony Brook. We are studying the Psychosociology of Breast Cancer in women. Breast cancer is a disease that affects not only tissues and bones, but also people and their families, and we would like to know about your experiences with breast cancer. If you could take a few minutes of your time to complete our anonymous and confidential questionnaire, it would be greatly appreciated. Please visit our website to complete our survey, entitled "Coping With Breast Cancer." Our website is: http://www.uhmc.sunysb.edu/prevmed/bcsurvey/ Thanks in advance for your time and interest.
Sincerely, Shari Morris
Andy Fowler Email:email@example.comLocation: London, UKDate: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 at 13:03:21Comments:I found your web site very helpful. I am 45 and have just come out of hospital having had my breast removed. My cancer was caught early. I have been recommened Tamoxifen and I am interested to learn more about the side effects.
Name:Richard Gilbert Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Eugene, OR USADate: Monday, May 15, 2000 at 18:58:10Comments:Nick Foundation: I am happy to announce the publication ESQUIRE MAGAZINE, June 2000 issue has the story of Dave Lyons as the feature story in this fine Mens magazine. Ted Allen, senior editor, wrote an article which captured the spirit of this fine family. Now the world is a little more open to "OUR" story about male breast cancer. Thanks again, Dave and Teresa Lyons for saving my life! Richard Gilbert
Name: Mrs Noor
QUEKEmail:email@example.comSingaporeDate: Tuesday, May 9, 2000 at 19:34:45Comments:I am a founder member of the Breast Cancer Foundation in Singapore. Yr site is very interesting and provides added dimension in an area we are concerned about...men supporting women in breast cancer.Name: Zain AliEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Karachi, Sindh PakistanDate: Tuesday, May 9, 2000 at 14:13:30Comments:Excellant work.........
Name: Shannon Houston, Texas USADate: Wednesday, May 3, 2000 at 12:45:48 Comments:I signed this book in the spring of 1999 right before my father underwent an experimental high dose chemo. He has survived, yet, today he is undergoing a lung biopsie because they found positive fluid in his lungs. I feel as though once again this disease is winning I love you daddy
Name: Mary Location: San Diego, CA United States Date: Monday, April 17, 2000 at 22:33:43 Comments:I am doing a school report on male breast cancer. It is so nice to see the John W. Nick Foundation working to help make men aware. I din't see anything else like it on the web. The stories of the men are so sad. I am sorry about Mr. Nick not knowing that he could get breast. It doesn't seem fair. Your book is great and so is the guest book. Keep up the good work. Men need to know.
Name: Samantha Nick Email:Quickgem@aol.comDate: Saturday, April 1, 2000 at 20:27:24Comments:im here visiting my aunt in floridaand in just visiting the web site
Name:Dave Lyons Email:email@example.comLocation: Forest Grove, OR usaDate: Tuesday, March 28, 2000 at 13:30:39Comments:Got the guest book entry fixed. The problem came from me changing the mail to address in the program. It works now.
Name: Linda Steele Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Salt Lake City, Utah U.S.A.Date: Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 04:01:50Comments:The University of Utah, department of Genetic Epidemiology is currently researching male breast cancer. In 1994, our department in collabooration with others isolated the BRCA1 gene and located the BRCA2 gene. In 1996, the BRCA2 gene was isolated. A large majority of families containing both male and female breast cancers are due to the breast cancer gene BRCA2. We are specifically looking at the relationship between male breast cancer and the BRCA2 gene. If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer and are male, we would like to invite you to participate in our study. We will ask you to provide a small blood sample, answer a questionnaire, answer questions about cancer history within your family, and sign a medical release form so we can obtain your medical records pertaining only to cancer. There will be no cost to you and we will provide the materials necessary for your participation. Your information will be kept completely confidential. If you would like to participate in our study or if you would like more information please contact Linda Steele by e-mail (email@example.com) or by phone - toll-free at 1-877-893-GENE(4363) or (801) 587-9303.
Name: Brianna Adamson Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: bracebridge, on canadaDate: Saturday, February 12, 2000 at 14:39:38Comments:I love to play the piano just like you john and Have watched the show for a long time I have sent in a vidio for br my geast and hope my dream comes treu for meeting you and rosie
Name: Dave Lyons Email:email@example.comDate: Monday, February 7, 2000 at 18:46:45Comments:A little bit late but I fixed the guestbook to be Y2K compliant.
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