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Mom With Breast Cancer’s YouTube Crusade May Save Her Life (VIDEO)

Post by Mary Fischer Darlene Gant went out on a limb when she posted a YouTube video detailing her battle with breast cancer -- one that she thought she was definitely losing. In the video, she talked about a drug called pertuzumab,Show More Summary

Mom Dying of Breast Cancer Gets Chance at One Last Mother's Day With Son (VIDEO)

Post by Jeanne Sager Get ready for some perspective on what it's really like to be going through a tough time. Darlene Gant is dying of breast cancer. And as she told drug company Genentech in a video that's gone viral on YouTube, all she wants is one more Mother's Day with her 11-year-old son.  You don't even have to see the video. Show More Summary

Woman gets cancer drug released early after posting video pleading for help

Darlene Gant sat in her hospital bed, barely able to lift her head. She was writing letters to her 11-year-son for his upcoming birthday, his eventual high school and college graduations and even a future marriage. "Did you always know I loved you?" she wrote in a card meant for his 12th birthday. "Of all [...]

Darlene Gant: Dying Woman’s YouTube Plea May Extend Her Life [Video]

Terminally ill Darlene Gant of Tampa, Florida, might live longer thanks to a heartbreaking YouTube video in which the woman pleas for Genentech to give her a promising new cancer drug called pertuzumab before it is released by the FDA on June 8, 2012. Gant’s friends, relatives, and doctors have sent letters to Genentech, the [...]Show More Summary

Dying woman’s YouTube plea may extend her life

Like" us on Facebook.com/TrendingNow and follow Trending Now on Twitter: @Knowlesitall and @YahooTrending A terminally ill woman in Tampa, Florida, may live longer thanks to YouTube. Darlene Gant has stage 4 breast cancer, and she is dying. The 46-year-old mother wants to do anything she can that may give her more time with her family. So she made [...]

Dying mom makes breast cancer video, begs the FDA to have a heart

Darlene Gant is dying of breast cancer. She's been writing a decade's worth of cards — birthday, graduation, wedding — for her 11-year-old son. Plus one extra envelope, sealed. That card is to be opened upon her death, which she believes will come before Mother's Day. Read full article >>

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