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Protecting our kids from sadness and harm is a top priority for parents. As much as we want to shield them from hard topics we sometimes err on the side of silence in an attempt to shield them from really … Continue reading

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“Everyone I spoke to that did not have breast cancer said, Oh you can’t use the word cancer.  You can’t tell your children that you have cancer.  Tell them you’re going to have surgery and you’ll be okay.  But every … 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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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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“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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When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, it not only takes a physical and emotional toll on her, but on her family as well. A cancer diagnosis temporarily inhibits a mother’s ability to manage her life and care for … Continue reading

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Being diagnosed with breast cancer can be one of the most traumatic, life-changing experiences for a woman to go through. Just remember, you are not alone. Here at the Pink Ribbon Story Foundation, our ambassadors find comfort in sharing their breast … Continue reading

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In response to her friend Kristen Martinez’s battle with the disease, actress Gabrielle Union hopes to help bring awareness to the importance of breast cancer screening like breast exams, mammograms, and ultrasound imaging for patients under the age of 40 … Continue reading

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