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Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer

Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Counting Time
    By: Shera Dubitsky, Sharsheret Clinical Supervisor Beginning the second night of Passover until the night before the holiday of Shavuot, many Jews engage in the ritual of the counting of the Omer, the 49 days from Passover to Shavuot. The counting signifies a link between the Exodus from Egypt and slavery to the giving of the Torah and redemption. Every night after sundown, the Omer is recited usi...
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Proud and honored to run for Team Sharsheret
    I have a memory from during chemotherapy nearly three years ago of going on a walk to have lunch with … Continue reading → The post Proud and honored to run for Team Sharsheret appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Starting a New Chain
    Just a few days after my 12th birthday, my maternal grandmother, Sara Grodnik, passed away. She was 60 years old. … Continue reading → The post Starting a New Chain appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Want To Fight The C-Word? Pick Up Another: Cruciferous.
    By Rachel Beller, MS, RDN, Founder and CEO of Beller Nutritional Institute and Creator of PowerPerks I know, “cruciferous vegetables” … Continue reading → The post Want To Fight The C-Word? Pick Up Another: Cruciferous. appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Celebrating With My Family This Mother’s Day
    “In my room watching Netflix,I did not expect what was coming.When my mom walked in and said, “Come here pumpkin, let’s talk.”The hurt in her eyes was as loud as a tree falling.She pulled me close and told me the news.She said, “I have breast cancer.” Tears overcrowded my eyes as fast as a floodThousands of scary thoughts clouded my head.I was speechless.In that moment, I felt numb. My heart raced...
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Breast Density: The Bare Necessities
    Breast density is a buzz word that seems to be all the rage these days. In 2009 it became a … Continue reading → The post Breast Density: The Bare Necessities appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • My Role As A Peer Supporter
    Excerpted from remarks made during the February 7, 2017 Peer Support Training As I do when I begin a conversation … Continue reading → The post My Role As A Peer Supporter appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Recalculating
    As we approach the Passover holiday, we recall the journey that the Israelites took when they left Egypt, a journey that took them from a place of familiar (albeit enslaved) circumstances to a wilderness of unfamiliar twists, turns, and obstacles.  Their guidance system?  A Cloud, a symbol of God’s presence, which guided the Children of Israel through the desert.  As they traveled on this difficul...
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Coexisting With Cancer
    Cancer is not a ‘journey’ nor a ‘gift’ nor did it give me a heightened sense of priorities. It is … Continue reading → The post Coexisting With Cancer appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Finding Support While In The Darkest Of Places
    I’ve known for 10 years, since the age of 23, that I was a BRCA2 carrier. Choices needed to be … Continue reading → The post Finding Support While In The Darkest Of Places appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Life After Tamoxifen
    “Breast cancer” – you accept the diagnosis! You not only survive but thrive through surgery after surgery. You feel confident … Continue reading → The post Life After Tamoxifen appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Giving Back to Sharsheret
    Breast cancer has been in my family since my mother’s diagnosis in 2002. I have three sisters and a brother … Continue reading → The post Giving Back to Sharsheret appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Skin Changes In Breast Cancer
    Dermatologist and Educator. Medical Advisor to health, fitness, beauty and professional magazines websites and news outlets. #stayskinsafe As a dermatologist, … Continue reading → The post Skin Changes In Breast Cancer appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Empower Yourself!
    You have just been diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer.  You feel overwhelmed, anxious.  What do you do first?  What … Continue reading → The post Empower Yourself! appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • And So I Wear A Mask
    With Purim quickly approaching, I can’t help but think of the custom of wearing costumes and masks. I love this … Continue reading → The post And So I Wear A Mask appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • Food is Medicine Too
    Dr. Ricanati is a women’s health and wellness physician, writer and consultant. Most of us know someone with breast cancer, … Continue reading → The post Food is Medicine Too appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Someone Who Was In My Shoes
    When Sharsheret asked me to speak, I jumped at the opportunity. I was happy to be able to give back … Continue reading → The post Someone Who Was In My Shoes appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • What to expect when you are expecting….a mammogram
    Your first mammogram can be a daunting experience. Whether it’s concern about the discomfort, fear of the unknown, or nervousness … Continue reading → The post What to expect when you are expecting….a mammogram appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Ask the Expert: BRCA Genetics
    During our webinar, “BRCA Genetic Testing: Understanding the Physical, Emotional, and Financial Challenges,” we received a variety of questions on … Continue reading → The post Ask the Expert: BRCA Genetics appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • Living with Passion
    Tamera is a registered yoga teacher and focuses on helping individuals who are interested in using yoga to help with … Continue reading → The post Living with Passion appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • Reflections Of An OR Nurse
    Nursing was something I never considered.  When my mother-in-law was diagnosed with breast cancer in the 1970s, I wasn’t a … Continue reading → The post Reflections Of An OR Nurse appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • Healthy Eating and the Holidays
    A healthy diet can greatly reduce your risk for cancer. Sharsheret Medical Advisory Board Member Tanya Zuckerbrot, a Registered Dietitian … Continue reading → The post Healthy Eating and the Holidays appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Does Not End on October 31
    Time collapses each time I have my annual mammogram. Months and years fold in upon themselves like an accordion. My … Continue reading → The post Breast Cancer Awareness Does Not End on October 31 appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • Benefitting from Benefits
    Shanna Lehmann Wolf is a financial representative at Creative Financial Solutions, a full service financial planning firm in Fairfield, New … Continue reading → The post Benefitting from Benefits appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • A New Kind of Family Portrait
    For many families, Thanksgiving is a time to gather together to appreciate the good things that have happened over the … Continue reading → The post A New Kind of Family Portrait appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • What You Should Look For When Hiring a Trainer After Breast Cancer
    Many of us know that exercise is important after undergoing breast cancer surgery and treatment, but there are still many … Continue reading → The post What You Should Look For When Hiring a Trainer After Breast Cancer appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • Moishe House of Thousand Oaks Goes Pink for the Day
    As a Moishe House resident, I am required to host community service events with community members.  In the past few … Continue reading → The post Moishe House of Thousand Oaks Goes Pink for the Day appeared first on Sharsheret.
  • The Little, Lucky Things
    This blog is excerpted from Leslie’s Dvar Torah (speech) at a Sharsheret Pink Shabbat in Raleigh, NC For those who … Continue reading → The post The Little, Lucky Things appeared first on Sharsheret.
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Sugar Coating the Holidays
    Shera Dubitsky, Director of Navigation and Support Services From the time we are little, we look forward to dipping the apple in the honey on Rosh Hashanah. Why an apple? There are several sources that suggest that over the course of Jewish history the apple represented the tenacity of Jewish spirit and determination. And the honey? Honey is...
  • From Fear to Freedom: Sharing my journey as a BRCA carrier
    Liora Mendelsohn-Tannenbaum , Sharsheret Genetics for Life Program Participant From the moment I found out I was a BRCA gene carrier I felt an overwhelming need for information and to connect with others in similar situations. I was in my twenties, about to get married, and I needed to know more. Thankfully, I was told about Sharsheret. They...
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • How I Got it Before it Got Me
    Sarah, Sharsheret Peer Supporter My mother was a carrier of the BRCA gene mutation and was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 32.  After my mom had died at the age of 51, I knew that there was a possibility that I was carrying the deleterious BRCA gene mutation too.  When the doctor called to give me results, I was not surprised but ...
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer
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  • Always Have Hope and Never Give Up! My Journey to Getting Healthy
    Limor Beck, Sharsheret Peer Supporter In February 2012, I was scheduled for my yearly gynecological visit. I was a little concerned because during intimacy, I felt pain. I was eager to speak with my doctor. I trusted him after treating me for 30 years, delivering my babies and always being very thorough. I felt a bit embarrassed to bring it ...
  • Breast Cancer and My Spiritual Journey
    Melissa K. Rosen, Director of National Outreach for Sharsheret I went to Shabbat services this morning for the first time in months. My long absence wasn’t an intentional decision. In fact, I only became aware of the ‘decision’ recently. A cancer diagnosis affects so much more than you think it will. Of course I expected the physical challen...

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