Please consider making a donation to my first ever charity bike ride. THIS WEEKEND I'll be riding from Philadelphia, PA all the way to Assateague Island, MD. I ride in memory of my friend Claudia and in honor of my friend Usha, for all the women who are fighting, for all the women who will be diagnosed in the future, and in CELEBRATION of the end of my own fight. Follow me and my ride on Instagram with the hashtags #mytourdepink, and thank you, thank you, thank you!
In this video, real people who have felt the impact of breast cancer in their life or in the life of someone they love share their story. Make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Help create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Go to cancer.org/fightbreastcancer
Just so my followers know, my mom had breast cancer. Its gone now but its still an influence on me. She had to have 8 serguries in 10 months and she will have one more as part of the reconstruction process. Long story short, i support breast cancer research.
http://www.nytimes.com/projects/your-breast-cancer-stories/ In this photo blog, New York Times readers share insights from their experiences with breast cancer. If you are living with breast cancer, love someone with breast cancer or are concerned about your risk of breast cancer check out this blog for inspirational quotes, relatable testimonies and beautiful women.
As we prepare for the upcoming 2016 Florida Suncoast Race for the Cure on October 1st we will be highlighting a series of personal stories of men and women- survivors co-survivors and caregivers. Each has a unique story to share because "It's Personal". Brenda's story: From her very first mammogram Brenda (BK) was recommended for follow-up and was soon diagnosed with breast cancer. She survived and because she continued to be screened regularly they caught the cancer recurrence two years…
Philanthropy | Breast Cancer | This Guy’s Wife Got Cancer, So He Did Something Unforgettable. Follow this link to see more of his work and learn more about their story: http://mywifesfightwithbreastcancer.com/ Follow this link to learn about the foundation he started to financially aid cancer patients: http://theloveyoushare.org/
In 1984, Massachusetts cancer survivor Margery Gould Rath wanted to find a way to celebrate fellow cancer survivors by raising funds for the American Cancer Society. Working with a committee of fellow survivors and other volunteers, "Margie" created a "move-along-a-thon" called Making Strides Against Cancer to bring people together in an event to move the fight against cancer forward. The first event, held in Boston, drew 200 participants and instantly became an annual city tradition…
Melissa and Ade SYTYCD, on a beautiful Tyce Diorio's routine. Follows the story of a woman fighting breast cancer with her partner. This jump is just BEAUTIFUL. Such trust. Such strength. It brings me to tears everytime. <3