The pop princess has denied reports that she plans to adopt an Aboriginal child but told Madison magazine that she wants a family of her own one day. The statistics can be overwhelming: Every 13 minutes, a woman dies from breast cancer. It is the leading cause of death for women between the ages of 15 and But millions of women will battle the scary diagnosis and win, including famous faces from around the globe. From pop princesses to a former first lady, find out how these women fought breast cancer.
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And Somers is now pitching her most dramatic promise yet: a treatment she said is the fountain of youth for us all. The benefits of that treatment are the focus of her 16th book, a best-seller called "Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones. I have a libido. I don't itch, I don't bloat, I don't have any hot flashes. That's music to the ears of any woman who has suffered through the often debilitating effects of menopause, which come as the body's estrogen, progesterone and other hormones decrease with age. Doctors have long treated the problem with synthetic hormones.
A growing number of Americans are saying yes. Actress Farrah Fawcett is lying in a Los Angeles hospital reportedly recovering from cancer treatments she received in Germany. Her anal cancer, back after a brief remission in , has spread to her liver. But it was reportedly the unconventional treatment she received, not the cancer , that landed her in the hospital this week. Her cancer specialist Dr.
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