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    WCVB-TV Channel 5 reporter Kelley Tuthill, a breast cancer survivor treated at Dana-Farber, shares her tips for selecting a wig and wearing it with confidence.

  • Beth Sauve

    Choosing a Wig | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

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I found this for my friend who is fighting breast cancer right now but I also like these styles so I thought I would keep it as well.

Dana Farber Institute ~ doing amazing things with cancer treatments and research. So proud to support!!

Have you gone pink this month? It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and kid bloggers have joined together in a Go Pink for Breast Cancer Support Blog Hop. Please link up your "pink posts" and grab a Hope Word Art Freebie (without watermark) here: raisingfigureskat....

  • Julie Day

    Am wearing a pink fleece top. Not intentional.

  • Deb @ Living Montessori Now

    Great day to wear pink, Julie! I love the color pink anyway, so this month is perfect for me ... and especially meaningful since my mom is a breast cancer survivor.

  • Julie Day

    Am still wearing it today. Glad to hear that your mum survived breast cancer.

  • Erica Strickland

    It would be cool if these were purple on the insides, so they would be supporting colitis as well

Breast Cancer laughs

Protect Yourself from Breast Cancer #CDCInfographic: Many things can increase the risk that you'll get breast cancer. They're called risk factors. Some you can change, others you can't.

  • Maryellen Tipton

    RIsk factors: early menarche, late menopause, or both; family history of breast cancer; age older than 40 years; high-dose radiation exposure to the chest previous cancer of the breast, uterus, or ovaries; and nulliparity or first child born after age 30 years

Dana-Farber's patients and families were heavily involved in selecting paintings, sculptures, and photography for the Yawkey Center for Cancer Care in Boston. They also contributed to the design of a peaceful healing garden and a multi-denominational chapel, all intended to bring an atmosphere of calm and tranquility to the often stressful experience of cancer treatment.

Partners In Health and The Dana Farber Cancer Insititute

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