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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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Spirituality can mean different things to different people. Faith or spirituality doesn’t necessarily equate to religion. Some of the ambassadors at Pink Ribbon Story Foundation (PRSF) believe that there is a link between spirituality and cancer. A solid belief structure … Continue reading

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We’ve all heard of the dreaded breast lump. An unknown or mysterious lump that appears on or around a woman’s breast is the most famous sign of a potential breast cancer diagnosis and should be reported to a healthcare specialist … Continue reading

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Receiving a positive breast cancer diagnosis can be immensely challenging. From weighing options like chemotherapy treatments or trying to decide if breast reconstruction surgery is right for you, these decisions can be overwhelming. This is as true for the loved … Continue reading

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There are several well-known genetic factors that can help predict a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer. These range from age and certain inherited genes to a family history of breast cancer and lifestyle habits. Breast density is seldom thought … Continue reading

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It’s fairly common for a breast cancer diagnosis to make someone feel completely alone. After all, it’s your body, your life and your long journey ahead. At Pink Ribbon Story Foundation, we encourage breast cancer patients to put themselves out … Continue reading

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Receiving a positive breast cancer diagnosis can be like getting hit with a ton of bricks. The days following your breast cancer diagnosis can feel like a whirlwind of fear, stress and uncertainty. While those feelings are completely understandable, it’s … Continue reading

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Anyone who has ever battled breast cancer will tell you that the fight is not yours alone. The effects of a positive breast cancer diagnosis reverberate far and wide, affecting not only diagnosed patient, but the people in his or … Continue reading

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“I know not all that may be coming, but be it what it will, I’ll go to it laughing.” ― Herman Melville Laughter can be used to help people in many different ways. Even the slightest of chuckles can brighten … Continue reading

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We may not know everything there is to know about breast cancer, but there are a few things that we do: it’s never convenient, doesn’t discriminate, and won’t wait for the “right” time, no matter who you are. A breast … Continue reading

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