Category Archives: Breast cancer survivors

The moment you’ve beaten breast cancer often comes with an enormous sigh of relief. Though even after your final breast cancer treatment is complete, the journey is far from over. The truth is that adjusting to life as a breast … Continue reading

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Springtime gives us the opportunity to get outside and take better advantage of warmer weather before the humidity starts to kick in. With so many parks, trails, lakes, oceans, and walk-able cities at our disposal, what better time to start … Continue reading

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“Obviously you worry about it coming back. When the doctor tells you that you have an 85% long-term survival rate, you hold on to those numbers.” — PRSF ambassador Daniela C. We view breast cancer to be a formidable enemy, … Continue reading

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At Pink Ribbon Story Foundation we created our website to effectively serve our users in many ways, including more-user friendly navigation and extensive cancer information resources. Through our website and library of video narratives from breast cancer patients and their … Continue reading

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“I am one of the millions of survivors out there, doing well and inspiring others.” — PRSF ambassador, Liana M. Pink Ribbon Story Foundation’s mission is to provide a platform for those affected by breast cancer to share their stories … Continue reading

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As we continue to celebrate breast cancer awareness throughout the month, Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 also marks the 3rd annual Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day (BRA Day USA). Since BRA Day first launched in Canada in 2011 in an effort to … Continue reading

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Life is a gift. We often get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives that we forget to appreciate life itself and the gifts we’ve been given. Whether it’s a sunny day, spending time with your … Continue reading

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What, exactly, does the new normal mean for a breast cancer survivor? Healing takes time and it may be tough to think of the day you’ll wake up and feel ok. It’s understandable to have mixed feelings after treatment ends, … Continue reading

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“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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You are not alone. When battling breast cancer, it is important to accept support from family, friends, and other inspiring individuals. Being a celebrity is often compared to living in a fishbowl, so just imagine having your personal journey showcased … Continue reading

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