Breast Cancer

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This is a sponsored post written on behalf of The Faces of MBC by 5m4m contributor Jennifer. While we were compensated to write the post, all opinions listed are her own. A few months ago, […]

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This is a sponsored post by Philips Healthcare We all think pink every October, and the awareness of breast cancer prevention is just a part of life. That said, we still have so far to […]

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Is this dress not gorgeous? It’s hard to believe that it is made completely out of Cashmere EnviroCare bathroom tissue which is made of 100% recycled paper! I do believe it is the prettiest children’s […]

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The Strength of 1 Freschetta Breast Cancer

So many people have been touched in one way or another by breast cancer. Freschetta’s The Strength of 1™ Breast Cancer Awareness campaign, happening now through the end of October, celebrates the power everyone has […]

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According to a recent census there are over 10 million single mothers in the United States. These women are your friends, co-workers, neighbors, and family members. Honor the Mom Inc. hopes to encourage people to […]

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Metastatic Breast Cancer is an aggressive and fatal disease. Breast cancer is considered metastatic when it has spread from the breast to another part of the body, such as the bones, liver, lungs or brain. […]

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It’s hard to be a woman today and not have a breast cancer story. Whether it’s a personal experience surviving breast cancer or the experience of watching a mother, sister, or friend struggle through it, […]

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The thought of cancer is scary. The thought of breast or ovarian cancer, especially when related to someone who has suffered from either, is even scarier. However, there is a test that could warn you […]

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month so you tend to see pink everywhere you look. Pink ribbons on blogs and avatars. People are “racing for a cure” and even Sports Illustrated ‘went pink’ this month! […]

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When October hits, the first colors I see are no longer just the orange hues decorating the trees, or even the bright Halloween garb lining the store shelves. No – for me October is now […]

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