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5 Things I Learned When I Lost my Mom to Breast Cancer

Time doesn’t heal all wounds…

If you’ve ever lost a loved one, I’m sure you’ve heard the common saying “It will get easier as time goes on”, or at least something similar. 999 more words

Breast Cancer

One of Your Loved Ones Was Diagnosed With Breast Cancer? Here’s How You Can Help…

Being diagnosed with breast cancer is a nerve-wracking, eye-opening experience. Hearing the initial diagnosis is the unofficial “green light” to a journey you never signed up for, and aren’t quite sure where it will lead. 473 more words

Breast Cancer

Brest Cancer

Breast Cancer is the most common cancer among women in all around the world.

1 in every 8 women will develop breast cancer during her life. 390 more words


NCSC 'Plays' its Part in the Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

The Pink Ribbon is an internationally recognized symbol for Breast Cancer Awareness. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the female population of the world, and is especially prevalent in the Asian countries. 323 more words

The Main Thing - Event Coverage

WHO does not want to wear the ribbon?!?

It’s (nearly over) October, which means it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Which means everyone is wearing pink.

Pink ribbons and pink shirts and pink hair and pink balloons. 968 more words

Ich habe es erneut gewagt.

An meinem linken Handgelenk erinnert ab jetzt eine kleine pinke Schleife an meine Vergangenheit. An diese Diagnose, an diesen Tumor, der mein Leben für immer verändert hat. 137 more words



It might sound quite cliche “a group of people coming together organising a walk or fund raiser or maybe just taking & sharing pictures associating the color pink, and talking about breast cancer” well yess it’s called ‘Awareness’ for a reason. 1,324 more words