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Care for Yourself This Year, You Deserve it

Breast cancer is difficult for caretakers. The energy you devote to caring for your loved one makes it difficult to find the time and...

2022 New Year’s Resolutions

It’s a new year. The perfect opportunity to refocus energy on health and mindfulness. Cancer has been on your mind, and you may feel...

Living with Lymphedema: Manage Inflammation This Holiday Season

If the holiday season is all about the meal and filled with foods that can trigger inflammation, it can be a less-than-jolly holiday when...
Survive the Holidays...Even With Cancer

Survive the Holidays…Even With Cancer

It’s the most wonderful time of the year...for some people. But if you’re battling breast cancer, the holidays may understandably bring anxiety or stress....

Catch Up on Missed Cancer Screenings

In 2020 and the early months of 2021, COVID-19 shook up routine medical care as health care workers rapidly repositioned to provide treatment and...

5 Ways to Find Gratitude (Even in the Hard Times)

In this season dedicated to gratefulness, some days it's hard to feel thankful. If you’ve recently undergone a difficult time, such as battling breast...

Breast Cancer Support Resources With Pretty In Pink Boutique

Those four words, “You have breast cancer,” can not only be devastating to you and your loved ones, but they can make you feel...
Breast Cancer and Mental Health: Let’s Talk About It

Breast Cancer and Mental Health: Let’s Talk About It

Breast cancer is a difficult diagnosis to hear, a difficult illness to battle. It’s hard on the mind and the emotions––not just the body....

Breast Cancer Treatment: Understanding and Treating Radiation Burns

Your oncologist has prescribed radiation treatments in your battle against breast cancer. Maybe you’ve been receiving treatment already. Or perhaps you have long since...
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Self Breast Exams Save Lives | Pretty In Pink Boutique

“Forty percent of diagnosed breast cancers are detected by women who felt a lump...” – Johns Hopkins Medical Center The importance of annual mammograms cannot be...

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