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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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“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 you’re diagnosed with breast cancer, you may feel overwhelmed with many mixed emotions: fear, anxiety, doubt, apprehension, and sadness. It is important to not let these feelings get the best of you, and to turn that fear into action … Continue reading

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For women, there are many breast cancer surgery options  available before or after a diagnosis. While women often feel a sense of urgency to remove cancer immediately, Pink Ribbon Story Foundation encourages women to research their options before deciding which … Continue reading

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