While Fight Like A Girl supports women facing all of life’s adversaries, the month of October is breast cancer awareness month. We want to take a moment to recognize all the fighters, survivors and supporters facing the illness. Keep up the fight, we support you! Was Diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic Breast Cancer in February of 2007. I’m happy to say I’m cancer free and living a healthy life 11-3/4 years later. It can be done. Stay strong and Fight Like a Girl! Thanks to my great doctors and the support of my family and friends! Hope you love this Skull fight like a girl breast cancer awareness shirt.
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“So very BLESSED, THANKFUL and GRATEFUL to still be here!”. Anna credits screening–and her family–with saving her life. “Always have your mammogram done. Never think that if no one has had a type of cancer in your family that you can’t get it.” We love the picture! “My life revolves around my cancer, but does not control my life!”. Karen was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009. After a period of remission, the cancer is back in her kidney and lymph nodes in the neck. Leave Karen a message of support in the article’s comments and let her know to keep fighting!
No one can deny the mother-daughter bond. This story about a mother and daughter’s “buddy system” in getting mammograms –and the ensuing cancer–will make you laugh, cry and appreciate this “girl power x2.” “I learned a lot about myself and a lot about others also. But I made it, and I still have my mom. We are both being watched now. We go and squeeze our boobies then go eat and laugh our way through it.” – Chris Pictured: Chris’ daughter modeling her t-shirt. That’s Skull fight like a girl breast cancer awareness shirt. We love this picture!