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“I know not all that may be coming, but be it what it will, I’ll go to it laughing.” ― Herman Melville Laughter can be used to help people in many different ways. Even the slightest of chuckles can brighten … Continue reading

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We may not know everything there is to know about breast cancer, but there are a few things that we do: it’s never convenient, doesn’t discriminate, and won’t wait for the “right” time, no matter who you are. A breast … Continue reading

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There’s an innate fear of the unknown. For breast cancer patients, not knowing what each day will bring or what the outcome of their breast cancer diagnosis is unnerving. Does the fear ever go away? With any type of cancer, … Continue reading

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“You are loved Don’t give up It’s just the weight of the world Don’t give up.” “You Are Loved (Don’t Give Up)” by Josh Groban Two words can change a person’s life forever, especially when those two words are breast … Continue reading

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Springtime gives us the opportunity to get outside and take better advantage of warmer weather before the humidity starts to kick in. With so many parks, trails, lakes, oceans, and walk-able cities at our disposal, what better time to start … Continue reading

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According to the American Cancer Society®, 1 in 8 women in the United States will develop breast cancer over their lifetime. With breast cancer being the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women (besides skin cancer), the need for more education … Continue reading

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“Each person holds so much power within themselves that needs to be let out. Sometimes they just need a little nudge, a little direction, a little support, a little coaching, and the greatest things can happen.” – Pete Carroll A husband’s … Continue reading

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Our Pink Ribbon Story Foundation (PRSF) Ambassadors are the best source of open and honest information about the issues confronting anyone who has been newly diagnosed with breast cancer. The main reason we belief this is because they’ve already been … Continue reading

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How many of you have been personally impacted by breast cancer? Whether you’re a patient, husband, wife, child, partner, friend, or survivor, a breast cancer diagnosis is terrifying and undergoing the process of treatment can be difficult. It’s not a … Continue reading

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The Pink Ribbon Story Foundation’s Ambassadors are the inspiration behind creating America’s breast cancer memoir, the country’s leading video narrative source for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.  Serving as an interactive breast cancer resource for women and … Continue reading

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