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New York, NY 10036

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  • #TPANYC, you’re invited to our first event of the year! Join The Pink Agenda for a day of Winter Wellness in support of breast cancer research on Saturday, February 22. We’ll start with a restorative fitness class led by and @flexit_fitness at @athletanyc in Flatiron, and later we’ll head to @modrnsanctuary for an afternoon of beauty, healing, and spa services complete with complimentary champagne and light bites. Click the link in our bio to purchase tickets today!
  • Today we recognize Martin Luther King, Jr. and celebrate his important legacy. #MLKDay
  • When a friend or loved one is diagnosed with breast cancer, it can be difficult to know what to say – or to know how to listen to what they’re going through. @nytimes spoke with three women who shared how their friends and family supported them through their treatment to guide others facing similar situations. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • When filmmaker Lizzy Hogenson’s roommate Dani was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at just 30 years old, she became familiar with Dani’s cycle of appointments, treatments and medical decisions. Although Dani’s experience was undoubtedly emotional and overwhelming, Lizzy was struck by the matter-of-fact and calm tone that Dani would take in sharing updates about her prognosis, and was inspired to create a short animated film based on a phone conversation between Dani and her mom to capture this dichotomy. Click the link in our bio to watch!
  • More than 40% of women have dense breasts, which increases the risk of breast cancer and impacts the effectiveness of standard screenings. @cdcgov shares a helpful overview of what breast density is and preventative steps for those impacted. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • Last week, the American Cancer Society published its Cancer Facts & Figures 2020 report, which found that the mortality rate for breast cancer in the United States dropped by 40% from 1989 to 2017. This progress is attributed to advancements in early detection, even though the breast cancer incidence rate has risen slightly since 2004. Progress is made possible only through the power of research, and we thank you for your support! Click the link in our bio to read more!
  • In the first season of @theboldtypetv, main character Jane tested positive for a BRCA gene mutation, and the show has since explored how this knowledge has not only affected Jane emotionally, but also shaped her professional and personal choices. Show creator Sarah Watson and @thekatiestevens, the actress who portrays Jane, spoke with @glamourmag about the importance of making Jane’s BRCA status a main part of her storyline and the importance of portraying the experience accurately. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • While the end of breast cancer treatment is an exciting milestone, oftentimes fears of recurrence can follow soon after. @mayoclinic shares tips for managing these worries, as well as lifestyle habits that can reduce your risk of recurrence. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • Dr. Ann Partridge, whose research TPA supports, recently appeared on @bcrfcure’s Investigating Breast Cancer podcast to provide an overview of breast cancer in young women, discuss her latest study and work with the @danafarber Young & Strong Program, and share background information about her career in medicine. Click the link in our bio to listen or read the interview transcript!
  • There are still a few spots available on #TeamTPA for the 2020 #UnitedNYCHalf on March 15! Runners will run 13.1 scenic miles through some of NYC’s most iconic sites, including Times Square and Central Park, all while #raisingmoney and #raisinghell for breast cancer research. Click the link in our bio to apply today!