Breast Cancer Asbestos

Is Asbestos Exposure and Breast Cancer Linked?

Breast cancer is the second-most common type of cancer among women, with 1 in 8 women in the United States being diagnosed at some point in their lives. While there are many different natural risk factors that can cause men and women to develop breast cancer, there are also environmental factors that can also play…

Breast prosthesis

Breast Forms: Which Type is Right for You

For women diagnosed with breast cancer, it is an emotional, difficult journey. After lumpectomy or mastectomy, some women will choose breast reconstruction and some will not. For those who do not choose reconstruction, there are breast forms to simulate the breast shape and restore symmetry. There are several different kinds of breast forms, so you’ll…

Life after chemo

Life After Chemotherapy

After cancer treatment is completed, there are a range of emotions patients can feel upon realizing they’re done. This transition can be hard, but knowing what possibilities lie ahead can make the transition easier. Below you’ll find answers to questions many people have about life after chemotherapy. Q: What are the main medical concerns after…

Stages of Breast Cancer

Understanding the Different Stages of Breast Cancer

If you or a loved one has breast cancer, staying informed and knowledgeable will only make it easier for both of you. There are a number of different treatment options to be aware of, but the most important thing is to stay positive. Pink Ribbons Mastectomy and Lymphedema Boutique offer support to breast cancer patients…

You’ve Got a Friend in Me!

How to Be a Good Friend to Someone Battling Breast Cancer “You’ve got a friend in me You got troubles, I’ve got ’em too There isn’t anything I wouldn’t do for you We stick together and see it through Cause you’ve got a friend in me You’ve got a friend in me” – Randy Newman…

Reduce Your Risk of Cancer

5 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Cancer

At Pink Ribbons Memphis, it’s our goal and joy to make every breast cancer survivor feel beautiful and help her feel whole again. We don’t want anyone to go through cancer and while there isn’t a cure (yet!), we did want to share some ways to reduce your risk of cancer. These tips may not…

Breast Density as a Predictor of Breast Cancer Risk

It is always inspiring to see people wearing pink ribbons during public events. Whether it is a 5K race, a youth sporting events, or a local fundraiser, it is uplifting to see the push for awareness.  Just about  everybody knows what a pink ribbon represents,  reflecting on just how far organizations like Pink Ribbons Memphis…

New Year New You

Resolutions for a New You

With a brand new year comes new resolutions, and this year, we want you to set resolutions that you can keep up with. Rather than focus on the past and things that can’t be changed, we want you to look ahead to the future and set new goals for yourself. Three-Word Resolutions Many people set…