How to handle cancer during the holiday days.

It’s officially November and the holiday’s will be here before you know it. While the holidays are such a wonderful time of the year, it can create stress for anyone suffering from breast cancer. We’ve found some tips that can help. Don’t be afraid to see friends, family, or co-workers over the holidays. We don’t encourage […]

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5 Best Ways to Support a BFF Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

Food: Remember, whenever going through breast cancer their appetite can be affected. Often, large heavy meals will seem unappealing. Try to provide your friend with smaller meals or mini meals. Try to think about hummus, veggies, cheese, and crackers. Maid: There is no shame in buying your friend a cleaning service. It will be one […]

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12 Signs Of Breast Cancer Everyone Must Know!

Today, we are sharing key signs of breast cancer and how you can look for those signs. Remember, a lump by no means cancer. However, you should be checking your breasts regularly. An image created by Corrine Ellsworth Beaumont, founder of the charity Worldwide Breast Cancer, has gone viral after being shared by a cancer […]

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Reducing your risk of breast cancer!

There are variety of reasons on how you can develop breast cancer. There are variety of things you can’t about it like gene’s, age, but don’t forget your lifestyle has a big part on your risk. There are some things you can change to really reduce your risk! Having a healthy lifestyle can’t help reduce […]

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10 Steps For Getting Great Support!

Today, we are going to share 10 steps for getting great support for those suffering from breast cancer. Surround yourself around those who are willing to listen. Be open. People are going to be afraid of asking you too many questions. Try to avoid those who make you feel uneasy. Ask those who have been through […]

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Keep A Healthy Weight To Avoid Breast Cancer!

There has been many studies that share your risk of breast cancer can be lowered by regular exercise. American Cancer Society and doctors are now recommending that women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, and those who haven’t, exercise on a daily basis! Also, being overweight can increase your risk of breast cancer and many […]

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The Dallas Maverick’s Breast Health Awareness Night!

The Dallas Maverick’s Breast Health Awareness Night is Tuesday, October 11 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder. Come out and support your favorite team while supporting The Bridge Breast Network. This year, the Mavs are creating a special fundraising opportunity for the breast cancer nonprofit partners that night. They will be offering $10 upper-level tickets where $5 […]

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Risk Factors of Breast Cancer!

We always like to inform all of you about the risk of getting breast cancer in specifically females: Genetics: When your family members have a history of cancer like your mother, aunt, and/or grandmother especially when it’s detected at a younger age. The chances of you getting cancer is higher. It’s important to be active […]

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Bridge Breast Network Testimonial!

I met you and was inspired by you when you came to my Wylie Rotary Club last year.  I have shared information about The Bridge to several people. And……I  was diagnosed with Stage 0 breast cancer in April.  My annual mammogram caught it and I have to say the radiologist at the Baylor Garland Breast […]

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How to reduce your risk of breast cancer!

Today, we are going to talk about there are some steps you can take toward breast cancer prevention. We all know everyone is born with genetics they cannot change, but here are some lifestyle changes you can take to help lower your risk. Here are some things you can do to help reduce your risk […]

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