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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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“The word cancer…I just couldn’t get it out of my mind. I didn’t think I was going to die from it, but I didn’t think it was going to be as hard as it was.” —PRSF ambassador Sandi T. Many … Continue reading

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Knowledge is power. As a woman diagnosed with breast cancer, it will be imperative for you to empower yourself with information regarding your treatment options, surgical decisions, and medications. Additionally, being knowledgeable about the disease helps to inform you about … Continue reading

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Connecting with other women who are or have gone through breast cancer can often be the extra spark and motivation that you need to keep fighting. During your battle, accepting support from family, friends, and other individuals can also be … 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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Being diagnosed with breast cancer is no joking matter. There are days when you may feel optimistic and upbeat, and then there are other days that you may feel depressed and reclusive. During your breast cancer journey, you will experience … 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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For a child, finding out that their mother has been diagnosed with breast cancer can often be one of the toughest moments they will have experienced and it can change their life in many ways. Not only does it impact … Continue reading

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“One day you’re going to feel really, really good. You’re going to have your energy. You’re going to love life. You’re going to listen to the radio and dance. Life’s going to be good again. That’s why I’m here. I … Continue reading

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For many women who’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, chemotherapy can play a vital role in their battle. Although there can be a positive outcome of undergoing chemotherapy, there is also the side effects that can come with it. When going through treatment, women … Continue reading

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