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  • All of us at The Pink Agenda are deeply saddened by the loss of our friend Emily Garnett, @beyondthepinkribbon. We were so fortunate to meet Emily through @giulianarancic’s FAB-U-WISH and she left a deep impact on the way we think about raising awareness of metastatic breast cancer. Emily shared every detail of her diagnosis, treatment, and life with MBC with unflinching candor and wit, compelling her countless blog readers and podcast listeners to join her in calling for increased MBC research and the inclusion of MBC thrivers in the breast cancer narrative. She was both a light and a force, and our community will miss her deeply. To learn more about Emily, click the link in our bio.
  • To our researchers, doctors, nurses, therapists, aides, first responders, cleaning crews, healthcare and hospital workers, among others, thank you for working tirelessly to keep us safe. While our #HealthCareHeroes must go into work every day to manage this crisis, please remember that they have asked us to #StayHome and do our part to help them get through this.
  • Breast cancer can be incredibly stressful under the best of circumstances for patients, survivors and their families, and the rising concerns surrounding COVID-19 can make the experience feel even more difficult. In a special edition of their Investigating Breast Cancer podcast, @bcrfcure Scientific Director Dr. Judy Garber discusses what cancer patients need to know about COVID-19 and key questions regarding treatment and screening options during this unusual time. Click the link in our bio to listen!

#thepinkagenda #breastcancer #breastcancerresearch #bcrf #researchisthereason #betheend
  • Trying to make the most of your groceries and still eat healthy? Maintaining a balanced diet can play a role in reducing your breast cancer risk. @phillymag shares twelve healthy and easy-to-make recipes using ingredients with a long shelf life. Click the link in our bio to find your new favorite snack or meal!
  • Studies show that regular exercise can play a role in reducing breast cancer risk, and it’s important to maintain a consistent healthy lifestyle. @forbes shares five easy workouts you can do in your home without any gym equipment to help you stay in shape. Click the link in our bio for step-by-step instructions!
  • This is an uncertain time for us all – and especially for those who are immunocompromised, including cancer survivors and those who are currently undergoing treatment. We are thinking of our Pink Agenda family and the entire cancer community. 
For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19, please visit cdc.gov. For specific guidance for cancer patients, click the link in our bio for advice from @ascocancer and talk to your doctor. 
We look forward to coming together to #raisemoney, #raiseawareness and #raisehell for breast cancer research when it is safe to do so, and wish our community health and peace in the meantime.
  • A recent study published by the @nationalcancerinstitute shows that, thanks to advancements in treatment, young cancer survivors diagnosed in the 2000’s and 2010’s are living longer than those who were diagnosed in the 1970’s or 1980’s. In particular, breast cancer mortality rates for young adults dropped by nearly 6%. This progress is made possible only through the power of research and we thank you for your support – and acknowledge that there is much work to be done. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • While we often hear about how inheriting a BRCA gene mutation can increase the chances of developing breast cancer, scientists have also uncovered that tiny changes to some other genes can impact the BRCA gene and thus increase or decrease each carrier’s personal breast cancer risk. On their Investigating Breast Cancer podcast, @bcrfcure spoke with investigator Dr. Mark Robson about how he’s researching better ways to interpret and share this type of information from genetic tests with BRCA mutation carriers and their doctors, so that they can make more precise decisions about screening and prevention options. Click the link in our bio to listen to the podcast or read the interview transcript.
  • Going through breast cancer treatment is a complicated experience and it can be difficult to stay organized. @healthcentraldotcom spoke with oncologists and researchers and compiled a list of apps that can help you research options, manage appointments and medications and share updates with friends and family. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • Today we’d like to thank the incredible women in our community who are changing the outcomes for those living with breast cancer, and we celebrate the progress made in improving women’s health around the world. #InternationalWomensDay