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Love What You See

What do you see when you look in the mirror? This video features different women of varying ages looking at themselves in the mirror and telling the camera what they see...

Jakki's Story

My husband was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma twice. He has just finished stem cell treatment — and has Para-neoplastic Syndrome from the damage of the cancer. For eight years I have been his carer.

Just before he had the stem cell done, I received my FIRST letter for a routine mammogram...

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Triple Negative Breast Cancer

On Triple Negative Breast Cancer Awareness Day, we took a few moments to chat with TNBC Foundation Executive Director Hayley Dinerman about why TNBC deserves special focus, the latest progress on the research front, and how to get involved with the cause.

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Bikers are going on rides to benefit breast cancer patients and medical centers.Motorcyclists Raise Money for Breast Cancer Awareness

Bikers in Peoria, Illinois, and Minneapolis, Minnesota, are just two examples of people who have recently raised money for breast cancer awareness and provided additional funding for medical centers.

Angela’s Corner: Fundraising for Others

Photo credit: Lynette Smith Photography Being diagnosed with cancer will often bring a huge financial burden with it. Family and close friends may seek a way to help ease that financial strain. Others will want to help, but not necessarily know what to do. Through the years, I have seen various types of fundraisers in...

giulianarancic2You Tell It Like It Is, Giuliana! There’s Nothing Wrong With Wanting To Feel Beautiful Again!

Since going through her treatment for breast cancer, Giuliana Rancic has purposefully shifted some of her priorities. But she was surprised by one aspect of her life that didn’t change: going back to work for E! News and getting reabsorbed into the fashion world. Initially she didn’t think she would be able to do it...

Angelina Jolie's announcement to undergo a double mastectomy last year is leading to an increase in breast cancer screenings.Breast Cancer Screenings on the Rise Thanks to Angelina Jolie

In the time since actress Angelina Jolie announced her decision to undergo a double mastectomy after discovering she carried the BRCA1 mutation, breast cancer screenings have increased.

dearbody1Whoa! After Listening To This Survivor, I’m Heading To The Mirror To Look At My Body With New Eyes!

Alright ladies (and gents!) — it’s time to give your body a little appreciation! We’re all guilty of looking in the mirror and honing in on what we don’t like. It’s time to look at your body with nothing but love in your eyes. Your body has done a lot for you! The fantastic survivor...

Protect Girls from Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer is the second most common form of cancer among women, with nearly half a million new cases diagnosed annually. While routine screenings have greatly reduced mortality rates among women in the United States, cervical cancer is still a common and deadly disease in many developing nations where regular screenings aren't a reality. Over 270,000 people die from cervical cancer every year and more than 80% of those deaths occur in developing countries. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ protects three girls from cervical cancer with immunizations through Partners in Health. Thank you!

Help protect girls from the threat of developing cervical cancer later in life.

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