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Latest Posts

  • While just about 5% of all breast cancer cases occur in women under the age of 40, the statistics on just how it affects this demographic might be surprising. We also know that young women with breast cancer face unique challenges, and The Pink Agenda is proud to support research and programs that provide support through this journey. To learn more, visit the @danafarber Young & Strong website: bit.ly/tpanews212
  • Today is your LAST CHANCE for early bird #TPAGala tickets! Click the link in our bio to get your tickets now and join us as we party for a purpose in support of breast cancer research on October 3 at Tribeca Rooftop. The event will be hosted by @giulianarancic and @billrancic, feature a presentation of The Pink Agenda Icon Award to @angelatrimbur, and include music by @chachiofficial. 📸 by @michaelblanchard
  • #TBT to last year’s #TPAGala with our friends @giulianarancic and @ryanseacrest! This year at The Pink Agenda’s Annual Gala, we’ll escape the concrete jungle for an evening in paradise at @tribecarooftop in just TWO WEEKS to #raisemoney and #raisehell for breast cancer research. Purchase your tickets today at the link in our bio – early bird pricing ends tomorrow night at 11:59 PM! 📸 @michaelblanchard
  • After being diagnosed with breast cancer at 35, marathon swimmer Sarah Thomas was determined to not let her diagnosis sidetrack her rigorous training and goals. She maintained her focus while undergoing successful treatment and on Sunday, Sarah became the first person to swim the English Channel four times in a row. An astounding physical feat, she swam 84 miles in 54 hours and dedicated her efforts to others facing cancer. Read more: bit.ly/tpanews211
  • In a longform article titled “You’ve Survived Cancer, Now What?,” @wsj explores an increased focus from doctors and researchers on providing more comprehensive support to cancer patients in the years following their treatment, noting that navigating survivorship can be particularly difficult for young cancer survivors. At The Pink Agenda, we’re proud to support the research of Dr. Ann Partridge, whose work focuses on improving the treatment and survivorship experience for young women with breast cancer and leads the Young & Strong Program at @danafarber. Read more: bit.ly/tpanews210
  • Breast cancer metastasis occurs when the cancerous cells travel and form new tumors in a different part of the body, and researchers have previously thought that these cells had needed to shed the E-cadherin protein, in order to spread. However, in a study supported by TPA through @bcrfcure, Dr. Andrew Ewald and his lab have found that in some types of breast cancer – including invasive ductal carcinoma, the most common subtype – the presence of this protein is actually what allowed metastases to form. Dr. Ewald shared that key findings about the E-cadherin protein from this study will inform his future research on preventing metastasis. Read more: bit.ly/tpanews209
  • After undergoing successful treatment for breast cancer, Marika Meeks struggled with anxiety and intense fears of recurrence, which made it difficult for her to joy in her daily life and survivorship. She convinced her husband to adopt a pitbull, Stella, into their family and found that learning how to care for and have fun with their dog gave her a renewed purpose and excitement for each day. Watch: bit.ly/tpanews208
  • We all know a plant-based diet can provide a lot of health benefits, and now, a new study suggests that diets rich in flavonoids (found in most fruits and vegetables) can lower the risk of cancer mortality. Read more at: bit.ly/tpanews206
  • On the eighteenth anniversary of the September 11 tragedy, we remember those we lost and our thoughts are with their families. We will #NeverForget.
  • You’re invited to The Pink Agenda’s Annual Atlanta Gala on Thursday, October 24! Join us at the @cfbhall for an evening of fun and philanthropy in support of breast cancer research today. Purchase your ticket today! tpagalaatl.org #TPAAtlanta