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Recent years have shown us a decrease in the breast cancer mortality rate around the world. This seems to be the result of advancements in breast cancer treatments, medicine and surgical techniques, combined with heightened breast cancer awareness. Below we … 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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The Pink Ribbon Story Foundation (PRSF) cordially invites you to join us Saturday, September 12th, 2015 at 6:00pm for our 4th Annual PRSF Founders’ Gala located Tullie Smith Farm at the Atlanta History Center in Atlanta, GA. The Founders’ Gala is our annual celebration … Continue reading

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In 2014 alone, there were 2.8 million women directly affected by breast cancer; accounting for both those currently being treated and those who have completed treatment.  While each individual’s experience with breast cancer is unique, many breast cancer survivors go … Continue reading

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Despite countless awareness campaigns and the media’s vast coverage, there continues to be numerous misconceptions and controversies surrounding breast cancer symptoms, risks, prevention, early detection and treatment. In turn, a lot of this misinformation can be overwhelming and often cause … Continue reading

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As the end of 2014 begins to wind down, we at Pink Ribbon Story Foundation (PRSF) would like to remind you of how imperative it is for you to empower yourself with vital information surrounding breast cancer. As breast cancer … Continue reading

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Ever wonder how the pink ribbon came to be the symbol of breast cancer? From the beginning, the ribbon has been a representation of awareness and support. According to PinkRibbon.org, the first existence of the ribbon was in 1979 when … Continue reading

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“Reject your sense of injury and the injury itself disappears.” – Marcus Aurelius When navigating a breast cancer diagnosis, women want to feel like all other women: strong, capable, healthy, and beautiful. They do not want to feel isolated or … Continue reading

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When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, it not only can have a grievous impact on her, but on her loved ones as well. The moment when you choose to tell a child about your diagnosis can be difficult. This … Continue reading

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Since 2010, Pink Ribbon Story Foundation has served as a platform for breast cancer survivors, patients, family and others to express their stories and opinions so that others might gain a sense of support and inspiration during their own battle against … Continue reading

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