Tag: breast cancer

Has Cancer Made Me Boring?

Lindsay is a friend of KAB, who found a lump in her own breast at age 33. She was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, ER+, PR+, and HER2+ breast cancer on October 11, 2016. Follow her blog about her story, Lindsay Caught the Cancer exclusively on the KAB Blog. If you’d like to support her, you… Read more »

#BlackBreastsMatter: Join Us At The LA Women’s March!

Will we see you at the LA Women’s March tomorrow? Come by our booth in Pershing Square after the march and get some breast health info and see why #BlackBreastsMatter! First 30 people can pick up a free #BlackBreastsMatter t-shirt! What does Black Breasts Matter even mean? The higher mortality rate for black women diagnosed… Read more »

Chemo, the Internet’s Double Edged Sword, and How Bravery can be as Simple as a Puzzle

Lindsay is a friend of KAB, who found a lump in her own breast at age 33. She was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, ER+, PR+, and HER2+ breast cancer on October 11, 2016. Follow her blog about her story, Lindsay Caught the Cancer exclusively on the KAB Blog. If you’d like to support her, you… Read more »

My Perfect Life and Now – How Cancer Changes Perspective

Lindsay is a friend of KAB, who found a lump in her own breast at age 33. She was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, ER+, PR+, and HER2+ breast cancer on October 11, 2016. Follow her blog about her story, Lindsay Caught the Cancer exclusively on the KAB Blog. If you’d like to support her, you… Read more »

Keep A Breast And Check Yourself With Breast Cancer Mobile App

Keep A Breast teamed up with verynice studio and The Rare Studios to re-think the role of smart phones in breast cancer awareness and prevention. The FREE app provides a visual step-by-step overview of the breast self-exam and allows you to easily schedule an automatic monthly reminder with a pop-up text reminder.

5 Things You Can Do Now to Help Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer

The Keep A Breast Foundation was founded in response to the growing need for breast cancer awareness programs that focus on educating young people. October is a big month to raise awareness of the need of prevention education for young people. We work on this all year, but October gives us a huge platform to… Read more »

Keep A Breast & Valiant Comics Are Making Faith A Superhero Face For Breast Cancer Prevention

As detailed earlier this week at Fast Company, the new face of this first-of-its-kind collaborative partnership will be Valiant’s leading super-heroine, Faith, who will make her debut as Keep A Breast’s official “comics ambassador” at New York Comic Con 2016. Faith will join us throughout a number of KAB endeavors globally in 2016 and beyond. In a… Read more »

DIY Action: Treasured Chests T.O.!

Well, hello there, friends and family in Toronto! Check out this awesome DIY Action event! Enjoy food, drinks, raffles and more at El Furniture Warehouse Tuesday, August 23rd from 6pm-Midnight to benefit Keep A Breast Canada! Now’s your chance to get a new FREE i love boobies! bracelet as well as free information on ways to lower… Read more »