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It was a dark and brainstormy night for The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, Fox Trial Finder, The World Parkinson Congresses, The Pacific Parkinsons Research Institute, National Parkinson Foundation, The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, Parkinson’s Humor, Davis Phinney Foundation, Parkinson’s Action Network, American Academy of … Continue reading
Get out your spoons! Get out your wallets! The 12th Annual Porridge For Parkinson’s takes place Sunday, November 18th. If you can’t be there in person, you can donate on line.
Yesterday on CBC’s The Current, Ms. Mastectomy Reveals What Many “Booby-Trap” Cancer Campaigns Don’t Show
Yesterday, The Current delved into the divisive world of breast cancer awareness advertising. Some people are calling for an end to tongue-in-cheek ads that center on ‘saving boobies’ or ‘tatas’ because they obscure the faces and realities of people who … Continue reading
The Vancouver Lab continues to host Rethink Breast Cancer‘s Live Laugh Learn gatherings. This National monthly program is a one-of-a-kind ongoing opportunity for women experiencing breast cancer in their 20’s, 30’s and early 40’s to connect with women you can … Continue reading
The National Football League and NFL Players Association are kicking off National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with The Tutu Project. So don’t be surprised if you see a man in a frilly pink tutu prancing around an NFL stadium, snapping … Continue reading
This fall, the Vancouver Lab will once again host Rethink Breast Cancer‘s Live Laugh Learn gatherings. This National monthly program is a one-of-a-kind ongoing opportunity for women experiencing breast cancer in their 20’s, 30’s and early 40’s to connect with … Continue reading
Today’s Pink Stroke of Genius: “The Lemonade Fund” in Israel Doesn’t Discriminate – it Gives Grants to Any Breast Cancer Patient in Need
Survivor Shari Mendes considers herself lucky. Not only did her treatment put her cancer in remission, but she had disability insurance to cover expenses and reduce her stress. A luxury not all women have. Mendes admits, “I can’t help cure … Continue reading