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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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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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Once diagnosed with breast cancer, you may be overwhelmed with uncertainty, many unknowns, and multiple decisions to be made regarding doctors, treatment, and side effects. Working with a team of doctors, a treatment plan for surgical options will be discussed … Continue reading

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The holidays are for spending time with family and friends, indulging in sweet treats, and of course, shopping for presents. If you know someone who is currently battling breast cancer, there are plenty of thoughtful gift options that come with … Continue reading

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A breast cancer diagnosis has a profound impact on every aspect of your life: relationships, your physical and mental health, and even your professional life. It’s normal to be concerned about how breast cancer could potentially affect your capacity to … Continue reading

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When you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, it takes a toll on your emotional and physical health. It is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and by exercising, and eating foods that are rich in anti-oxidants, you can help … Continue reading

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Breast cancer can take a strong toll on a woman’s physical and emotional health. Although there can be a positive outcome of undergoing treatment, there are also the side effects that can come with it. In addition to nausea and … 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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