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Cancer Patient Undergoes Exam After Mastectomy - 01 Nov 2008
Cancer Patient Undergoes Exam After Mastectomy - 01 Nov 2008
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October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, smiles after a radiological medical examination in...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, smiles after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
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October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
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October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, prepares for a radiological medical examination in...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, prepares for a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
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October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, smiles after a radiological medical examination in...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, smiles after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
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October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
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October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, is framed through a breast x-ray after a radiological...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, is framed through a breast x-ray after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
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October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
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October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
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