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Breast cancer support

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Breast cancer support. Get inspired and try out new things.
How to Help a Friend with Breast Cancer: Advice from a Survivor

Wondering how to help a friend with breast cancer? Read advice from a survivor on what to buy, do, and say if someone you love is diagnosed.

How to Help a Friend During Cancer Treatments

What you can do to help and encourage a friend or family member going through cancer. Thoughtful ways to offer your support as well as gift ideas for women going through chemotherapy and radiation.

11 Ways to Support Someone with Breast Cancer

When a loved one is diagnosed with breast cancer we want to be helpful, but how to do that? Here are some suggestions how to support someone with breast cancer.

Breast Exam

Many people are unaware that alcohol can increase your risk for breast cancer. It’s important to understand what breast cancer is, and how alcohol interacts with your body. Understanding Alcohol and Breast Cancer In 2018, over 250,000 people in the United States received a breast cancer diagnosis, and 42,465 died of it. That makes breast cancer the fourth highest cause of death among all cancers. With such a high prevalence, it’s important to understand what you can do to reduce your risk…

The Best Advice I Received After My Breast Cancer Diagnosis

The best advice I received after my breast cancer diagnosis came from two wonderful Christian women. Their words guided me in the way I approached my breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, and healing.

Breast Cancer Card

November Card Challenge - Theme I lifted Virginia Brennan's "Cancer Cannot" card Paper Crafts Magazine: Card Sketches for Paper Crafters p 230

Support Breast Cancer Patients with these Self Care Items! - Consult Colleen

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