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Latest Posts

  • When @rosh_knee_ felt a lump in her breast just months before her 23rd birthday, she didn’t think much of it due to her age and having no family history of breast cancer. After experiencing more symptoms, she went to the doctor and was eventually diagnosed with TNBC. While Roshni expected the physical challenges of treatment, she was significantly affected by the emotional impact of feeling isolated and having few peers her age who could relate to what she was going through. Now, Roshni is sharing her story to #raiseawareness of the importance of supporting our younger friends and family members who are facing these unique challenges. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • #TBT to last year’s #TCSNYCMarathon! Already one of the most iconic races in the world, the 2020 New York City Marathon on November 1 will be all the more special as we celebrate its 50th anniversary. We’re thrilled to share that #TeamTPA has 25 entries as an official charity partner of the race, apply today to run 26.2 miles through the city and help make breast cancer history! Click the link in our bio for more information. #TPARunsNYC
  • Hey, #TPANYC – our Winter Wellness event in support of breast cancer research is this Saturday! This comprehensive day of beauty, healing, and relaxation includes both a restorative fitness class focused on stretching and stability led by @eat.train.love.nyc and @flexit_fitness at @athletanyc, and an exclusive afternoon at @modrnsanctuary where we’ll enjoy their unparalleled variety of luxury spa services as well as complementary sessions in their Himalayan salt room, champagne and light bites. Click the link in our bio to purchase tickets before they’re gone!
  • We know that social media can be a powerful tool for people diagnosed with breast cancer to learn more about the disease and find support from others who are going through similar experiences. As such, researchers are beginning to study just how patients use social media after they’re diagnosed and how their online interactions can affect their well-being, and have found interesting results. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • The #UnitedNYCHalf is one month away! Meet #TeamTPA members, and sisters, Maura and Fiona. Maura and Fiona are running in honor of their mother Eileen, who they lost to breast cancer in October 2018. Eileen had completed a half marathon just five months before she passed, and Maura and Fiona wanted to #raisemoney for breast cancer research by doing something that their mom loved. Together, they have funded more than 90 hours of lifesaving research! To learn more about our 2020 team, click the link in our bio. #TPARunsNYC
  • Happy #ValentinesDay from The Pink Agenda! Sending all our love to those near and far.
  • Going on first dates or maintaining a long-term relationship can be challenging for young adults undergoing cancer treatment. In the spirit of #ValentinesDay, @danafarber asked young adult cancer patients for their tips for navigating the dating world during such a unique time in their lives. Click the link in our bio to read more.
  • Tickets are on sale NOW for our annual #TPATalks on March 19 at the @sheencenter! Swipe to see our amazing lineup of speakers who will discuss the multifaceted nature of breast cancer through a variety of topics and viewpoints, and also educate and empower the audience to make a difference in the fight against the disease. Click the link in our bio to purchase your tickets today!
  • As we start a new week, remember to be mindful during your interactions with others. You can make the world a better place every day, one conversation at a time. #MondayMotivation
  • As Jenny undergoes treatment for breast cancer in her 30s, she's realizing that much of the language used by her medical team, friends, and family to encourage her, such as “journey,” “fighter,” and “survivor,” is making her feel uncomfortable. It’s important to remember that everyone’s experience with cancer is different, and to be mindful if a person undergoing treatment shares that they prefer to not use certain words. Click the link in our bio to read more.