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New guidelines recently published by three of the nation’s leading cancer organizations have updated recommendations for women who have undergone a mastectomy to treat breast cancer. Within the new guidelines are a series of new factors for oncologists to consider … Continue reading

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A battle with breast cancer can be a frightening, alienating experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Though it may be intimidating, we at PRSF believe in the value of storytelling. Sharing your experiences, whether they relate to your 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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For any woman who has successfully beaten breast cancer, hearing the words “remission” or “cancer-free” for the first time can provide relief beyond words. A battle with breast cancer is often an arduous, exhausting challenge that requires every ounce of … Continue reading

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The fear, anxiety and uncertainty of living with, and battling, breast cancer can take an immense toll on a woman’s life. There is an indescribable sense of relief that can come with hearing that you have successfully completed breast cancer … 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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As part of our series dedicated to National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’ve decided to focus this week’s post on breast cancer prevention. More specifically, what lifestyle choices may be affecting your potential chances of developing breast cancer and what … Continue reading

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We at Pink Ribbon Story Foundation have long preached about the value of storytelling. A breast cancer diagnosis can often be a terrifying, alienating proposition for anyone. We’re only human. It’s important for those who have walked a similar path … Continue reading

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October is a very special time at Pink Ribbon Story Foundation. Dating back to 1985, October is officially National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the US. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is dedicated to bringing awareness to breast cancer, building support … Continue reading

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