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Owner Of AnaOno Intimates

Dana Donofree was diagnosed with breast cancer a day before her 28th birthday. After going through treatment, she felt a deep loss of sexuality — and the idea for her company was born.

Options After Diagnosis

Women should know what's accessible to them upon diagnosis so they can make informed decisions about their treatment. Sign the petition supporting H.B. 669, a bill that would require doctors to inform breast cancer patients of all of their options before undergoing surgery.

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Myra's Story

Back in February I finally decided I wanted bigger boobies. Tired of the padded bras and cutlets, I wanted to give myself a nice BIG 45 year old birthday present! So within a week I made my appointment and to boobie fairy land I headed. I just had to make one quick stop the week prior to get them smushed up under a machine...

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American Insurance Companies: Stop Canceling Women's Policies

American Insurance Companies: Stop Canceling Women's Policies

Prominent health insurance providers have been routinely targeting women newly diagnosed with breast cancer and canceling their policies. In fact, it was recently revealed that insurance giant WellPoint deliberately used a special computer program that tracked records down and alerted the company of patients with recent breast cancer diagnoses. We cannot stand back and allow insurance companies to ruin lives.

Sign the petition below telling U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to continue to place pressure on American insurance companies to stop rescinding policies.


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Safe Childbirth in Lesotho, Africa
Pregnant women in Lesotho face a high sickness and mortality rate, and a strong prevalence of HIV. Accessing medical help is not easy. There aren't many doctors — approximately one for every 20,000 people — and the country is full of rough, mountainous terrain that makes travel difficult. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ helps fund a valuable program by Partners In Health (PIH), which is working to help women overcome these challenges. The first step is giving local midwives medical training so they can provide comprehensive services, including prenatal, delivery, and postnatal care, immunizations, reproductive health services, and HIV testing, counseling, and treatment.


Your compassion directly helps mothers in need by funding this comprehensive PIH program. Thank you!

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