Monthly Archives: May 2014

“The journey from where you are now to a place of healing will be filled with peaks and valleys. Focus on today; find happiness in the ordinary and trust, ‘You’re going to be okay,’” –PRSF Being diagnosed with breast cancer … Continue reading

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Though most are familiar with women being diagnosed with breast cancer, few realize that men are just as susceptible to it as they have breast tissue that can develop breast cancer. Pink Ribbon Story Foundation (PRSF) places the utmost importance … Continue reading

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When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, it not only takes a physical and emotional toll on her, but on her family as well. A cancer diagnosis temporarily inhibits a mother’s ability to manage her life and care for … Continue reading

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When you’re diagnosed with breast cancer, you may feel overwhelmed with many mixed emotions: fear, anxiety, doubt, apprehension, and sadness. It is important to not let these feelings get the best of you, and to turn that fear into action … Continue reading

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Join us Tuesday, May 20th for an enjoyable day of golf at the Capital City Club Crabapple in Woodstock to help benefit the Pink Ribbon Story Foundation, an organization which provides a voice for breast cancer patients and survivors to … Continue reading

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