John W. Nick Foundation Inc.-Www
Location: NewTown, C.T U.S.A
Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 09: 44: 33
I am in Florida with my Aunt Nancy ,and I am having a wonderful time! And she is teaching me about male breast cancer too.
Location: Newtown , CT U.S.A
Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 09: 22: 43
My grandfather, John Nick died of breast cancer, at the age 58.I was only 3 when he died, and now I'm in 6th grade. I never new about male breast cancer, until my Aunt NANCY NICK the founder, found out about it, and I'm very proud of her.
Location: Nashville, Indiana
Tuesday, April 20, 1999 at 15: 44: 26
I am doing my Final speech in my college Speech class on Male Breast Cancer to inform people in my class that it does exist, because like them I didn't know until earlier today and know I am trying to find all the information that I can. Thank you for your Website. It was very helpful. If anyone has information that they think could help me, I would appreciate it. Thank you, Molly
Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at 16: 48: 54
I am a 6th grader and am doing a project on breast cancer. Your site gave good info. in my speech I will tell them about your site. Good Job!
Thursday, April 8, 1999 at 11: 00: 31
I lost my mom to Breast Cancer and I know what it feels like to lost someone you love. I am a 7th grader and I am doing a project on Breast cancer and i had no idea that men could get Breast Cancer. I am glad i visited this site.
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Tuesday, March 30, 1999 at 10: 28: 02
My grandmother died from breast cancer which spread. I wasn't aware of it effecting men also.
Location: Port St John, FL USA
Friday, March 19, 1999 at 20: 31: 04
Hi Nancy I enjoyed talking with you today & finding out about your foundation. I am sharing the information with my husband and male friends. I wish you well in your efforts to promote the education of public to the danger of breast cancer in men.
Friday, March 19, 1999 at 10: 37: 32
My father (56 yrs old) was diagnosed with breast cancer in June of 1998. He had a mastectomy and 6 months or chemotherapy, and now is deciding what the next step is. The doctors are recommending 5 years of Tamoxifen and 6 weeks of radiation. He is doing well and is definitely surviving, and we are believing that he will beat this thing. It is frustrating that 99.9% of the Web sites out there are for women, and I have a lot of questions about the drugs they want to give him. Thanks for being out here for people like me to read these stories of survivors.
Location: Albany , Ga. Dougherty
Email: ROCKFISH 42
Monday, March 15, 1999 at 20: 02: 34
MY GRANDPA DIED OF BREAST CANCER AT 58. I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW HIM I WAS ONLY THREE.
Location: Brooklyn, N.Y. U.S.A
Tuesday, March 9, 1999 at 14: 28: 58
I had a research paper to do on any health topic I wanted, so I chose breast cancer in men. My professor was so surprized about the topic, because he didn't know that men could have breast cancer. So I decided to research it to make sure I hadn't made a mistake and came up with your website. Thank you.
Location: Houston, TX USA
Saturday, February 27, 1999 at 17: 27: 31
My father was diagnosed with male breast cancer in November 1998. He has under gone a mastectomy and three of four chemo treatments. He has a positive outlook and an abundance of family support (however he lives on the west coast and I have only seen him once since November)You have a very helpful site. God Bless
Location: Fairfax, VA USA
Thursday, February 25, 1999 at 16: 48: 38
My father was diagnosed with breast cancer this week. It was reassuring to find this site - this is the good side of technology.
Friday, February 19, 1999 at 18: 08: 18
Do you know where I could get information on why insurances don't pay for mammograms for people under the age of 35? I am doing a research paper on breast cancer and that is one of my topics and I can't find enough information on it. Thank-You. April Biltgen
Location: Los Angeles, CA USA
Wednesday, Feb.17, 1999 at 15: 39: 55
I was browsing the web for information about starting a mobile mammography unit and stopped by your page. I am sorry for your loss, but hopefully it will help promote the realizaiton that breast cancer can affect men too. Maybe we can do male detection as well as female if our program gets funded.
Location: Philomath, OR Benton
Friday, October 8, 1999 at 19: 40: 56
I have been a breast cancer survivor for two years and three months.
Location: Largo, FL USA
Friday, September 24, 1999 at 20: 15: 53
This is a very informative website. Thank you for being there for those of us who may or may not have breast cancer. My Mother died of cancer in 1955 and I prayed for a miracle at that time. Still there is none
Location: NEW YORK, NY
Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 16: 42: 58
This is a great site. My beloved had breast cancer 10 years ago, he made it but it was a long hall for him. I wish everyone the best in life.
Location: Philadelphia, PA USA
Monday, August 30, 1999 at 16: 53: 17
Excellent! Something for men.
Sunday, August 15, 1999 at 18: 37: 44
My husband, at age 82, was diagnosed with breast cancer at the end of January, 1999. We were given the very best treatment by his primary care doctor, the surgical oncologist, the second and third opinion oncologists, his medical oncologist, the chemotherapy center. All covered by our HMO with no quibbling or hesitation. Five months after the mastectomy, he developed a cough (before he had the last of the chemogherapy cycles). Three weeks later he died as a result of the cancer metastasizing into his lungs. Now my goal is to encourage all men to be aware that all lumps should be investigated promptly. We need to educate physicians and lay persons about this fierce attacker.
Location: Kingston Springs, TN US
Thursday, July 29, 1999 at 21: 55: 49
Thanks for your website. I am 42 and was diagonsed with male breast cancer in February, had surgery immediately and followed that with chemotherapy.(all this during tax season, I'm a CPA). I am extremely fortunate that everything is looking good now. Thanks for your website and the opportunity to see I'm not alone.
Location: Royal Plam Beach, FL. United states
Thursday, July 1, 1999 at 20: 47: 08
Thanks for the info Nancy
Location: Columbus, IN US
Friday, May 14, 1999 at 08: 20: 39
I've just undergone a radical masectomy. We received lab results yesterday that there was no residual cancer in the lymph nodes. Thank God. My family and I have been searching the WEB for info on BC. Thanks for the info and the chance to chat with others in my condition.
Location: Chicago, Il. USA
Thursday, May 6, 1999 at 15: 28: 41
Hi my name is Martha Haley I am a 3 year breast cancer survivor and is intersted in receiving information from your organization. I speak with male/female survivors of b/c and would love to share your information with them.
Location: Detroit, MI
Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 12: 11: 58
I would like to thank you for the web page. My father was diagnosed with breast cancer four years ago. It was a shock and info was hard to fing. He is doing well and because of early detection he is here today.
Name: Nancy J. Ord
Location: Parry Sound, ON Canada
Thursday, February 11, 1999 at 13: 03: 53
Thanks for a great cause. I joined the Male Breast Cancer support group over 1 year ago when my father's breast cancer returned after 5 years of being cancer-free. His fight ended on August 31, 1998 at the age of 57 years. The group was there for me throughout and still is to this date. Bob's death hit hard as this was the second death from breast cancer that I was part of. I wish Canadians fought as hard as you Americans are, at finding a cure and letting the world know about male breast cancer. I am only one small person in a big world but I am trying to help out the best I can. Keep up the fight and one day we can make my father, Bob, and of course John Nick, and others like them proud of our accomplishments.
Name: Steve Meredith
Location: Woodinville, WA USA
Wednesday, February 10, 1999 at 16: 32: 37
Thank you for your efforts to use this site to raise the awareness of men with breast cancer. I will reach the five year mark this March, having been diagnosed with MBC at age 46. My doctor immediately responded to my concern about a lump under my left breast, and the following days went by quickly: mammogram, lumpectomy, mastectomy with lymph node removal, bone scan. This was followed by 6 months of chemo (CMF), two years of Tamoxifen and three years of Arimidex. I've added a rigorous regimine of vitamins and strong exercise to my life. For the moment, I'm healthy!
Name: Nancy Nick
Location: Sebastian, FL USA
Date: Thursday, January 7, 1999 at 23: 57: 11
Hello from the Nick Foundation. I just wanted you to know that we are having a free breast cancer seminar for men and women in Vero Beach FLA Feb 20, 1999 at Northern Trust Bank. If you would like to attend please call 561-589-1440. Thanks to everyone who has signed the guestbook and has shown support to the Foundation. Together lives are being saved. If you would like to help with our cause please contact the Foundation office. This is a long over due charity and we need all the help we can get. Thank you, Nancy E. Nick President/CEO
Name: Tim & Karen O'Connell
Location: Newtown, CT USA
Thursday, January 7, 1999 at 23: 31: 11
Way to go Nancy! This is truly an informative web site. Karen and I are so happy to see your efforts are having such a positive and helpful impact on the lives of so many people. Keep up the good work!
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