An amazing robe to have after a mastectomy. I had 8 drainage tubes and no where to hold them. It was uncomfortable and gross. This product called Brobe is a lovely robe with pockets for the drains and a built in bra with pockets for ice packs and prosthetics. And the fabric is lovely and cozy.

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The foundation is dedicated to raising public awareness, supporting research and providing meaningful programs and services to the TNBC community.

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A gratitude list is a diary of things for which one is grateful and can help those who wish to focus their attention on the positive things in their lives. Gratitude, the feeling of appreciation or thanks, has gained a lot of attention in the field of positive psychology. Some studies have found that those who are habitually grateful are happier than those who are not.

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Even when everyone is asking to have a piece of your time, you must make time for yourself. Here is an article on Oprah.com on how to make time for yourself.

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Paul Kalanithi’s memoir recounts how living with lung cancer taught him a lot about how to live, called When Breath Becomes Air.

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Since 2006, the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation strives to increase knowledge, awareness and research into Triple Negative Breast Cancer. In addition to increasing knowledge, TNBCF also provides informative and nurturing spaces for TNBC survivors and caregivers.

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30% of patients will become metastatic, yet MBC research only receives 2% of breast cancer research funding. In response a group of MBC survivors formed METAvivor. This volunteer led non profit is the only organization in the US that exclusively funds MBC research.

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In 1991 LBBC was born with a mission to connect breast cancer survivors with support and quality science based information. That mission continues today with specialized programs for a variety of underserved communities.

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As the largest professionally led nonprofit network of cancer support worldwide, Cancer Support Community focuses on the emotional and social needs of individuals facing cancer.

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Patient Advocate Foundation and its sister organization NPAF assist over a million patients across America access quality care and overcome financial hurdles during the most vulnerable time of illness.

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Breast Cancer.org provides up to date, reliable information about breast cancer covering a range of issues including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, risk factors and daily living with cancer.

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Now in it’s 20th year, Young Survival Coalition was formed by three women to address the concerns, challenges, lack of information, and research regarding young women living with breast cancer.

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A major private foundation committed to early stage research, Breast Cancer Alliance offers support to young research talent and breast cancer surgeons through grants and fellowships.

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 1: Introduction to Have the Chat

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 2: Have the Chat with Your Teen

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 3: Have the Chat with Your Daughter

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 4: Have the Chat About Your Genes

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 5: Have the Chat About Being Your Best Advocate

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 6: Have the Chat About the Tough Stuff

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 7: Have the Chat About Metastatic Breast Cancer

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 8: Have the Chat About Caregiving

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 9: Have the Chat About Clinical Trials

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Have the Chat is a program whose mission is to ignite conversations with young women about breast health and wellness. When you Have the Chat early and often, you empower those you love to know the facts, own their bodies and take charge of their health. Information is ammunition! Video 10: Have the Chat with Your Healthcare Provider

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Living Beyond Breast Cancer has a rich set of resources for people diagnosed with breast cancer, particularly metastatic breast cancer. April 5-7th our 13th Annual Conference on Metastatic Breast Cancer takes place in Philadelphia.

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For additional advice on treatment options, support, side effects and transportation, visit the American Cancer Society website. Cancer Helpline 24/7/365 - 800-227-2345

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Science-based articles on nutrition and cancer, by trusted oncology experts on how to reduce the side effects and empower your fight.

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Tailored Kits and Materials for those living with advanced breast or ovarian cancer. We also offer free one-on-one phone counseling and a private closed Facebook group that is peer support driven.

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Get your free pass today for the Share Triumph Virtual Conference for cancer survivors and metastatic thrivers. Join us for this free, virtual event and get your questions answered. Learn from women just like you as they share how they made decisions about treatment and discuss how the emotional effects of diagnosis impact them today. Add your email so you can sign up for your sessions starting in July. The Share Triumph Virtual Conference will be Live August 5th - 15th. This event brings together the best doctors, therapists, nonprofits, fashion brands, comedians, podcasters, survivors and metavivors teaching you how to get through diagnosis, treatment and the aftermath helping keep your mind and spirit intact!

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The NCCN Guidelines for Patients® are based on the same treatment information doctors use and are designed to help people with cancer talk to their doctors about the best treatment options. They provide step-by-step guides to the latest advances in cancer care and feature questions to ask your doctors, illustrations, and glossaries of terms and acronyms.

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A mobile app that aims to protect, maintain and strengthen your hearing ability. AudioCardio does this by using a personalized sound therapy to stimulate the cells inside your ears. It's like physical therapy for your hearing!

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A non-profit organization that sends care packages, known as Pretty Packages, to women fighting cancer to remind them that they are strong, beautiful and Fighting Pretty!

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Coffee Babble with Katie Burke and Ashley Graham: Morning Gratitude and How to Show Up, Give Up, and Align Up In this episode, we talk about the best way to start your mornings and the importance of giving and receiving gratitude. About Our Guest: Katie B. uses her B_Inspired initiative to awaken a deeper part of your spirit. From losing her mom at 14 to breast cancer to her facial paralysis with Bells Palsy, she takes inner transformation seriously. Her b_inspired courses in India, Mexico, Costa Rica, Cuba, Italy, Spain, China, Colombia and beyond have challenged thousands of participants to combine sweat with DEPTH. #B_Inspired is a place to feel ALIVE when you arrive. It's your home to passionate posts, brave honesty, reset retreats, and free yoga online! Katie Burke has the divine energy to help you peel back your layers to expose the power you have within. Her personality built on tough love and guidance aids her clients and audiences to their natural abilities to heal their physical, mental, and emotion states. It's not just a WORK OUT to Katie, but a WORK IN. The B_Inspired mission: To empower you to believe anything is possible for your life. B_inspired helps you rediscover your power. Adventure into self development seminars (Self-Ventures) around the world, and online courses that give you tools to better show up for yourself, give up what doesn’t serve you, and align up with your purpose. Show Up - Stand in your power - Deepen your self love - Work out and work in - Respect for yourself to show up for others Give Up - Let go of limiting beliefs - Sweat to find depth - Elevate your energetic state - Gain gratitude for your path through giving back Align Up - Provide clarity in your purpose and passion - Live by example and spread your ripple - Be the lighthouse for others - Stay inspired with intention-based action

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Mini pink boxing gloves. The iconic symbol of Fighting Pretty. When founder, Kara Skaflestad was given a pair of mini pink boxing gloves when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she used them to remind herself she was strong and beautiful. Three years later, she passed them on to another woman fighting her battle! Send love and strength to someone you love by sending a replica of the original boxing gloves today! Mini boxing gloves now also available in teal, in support of women battling ovarian cancer, and lavender, in support and awareness of those battling all types of cancer.

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