When a young woman is diagnosed with cancer, the rush to treatment is immediate. The patient is thrust into the world of cancer and the primary hope is recovery. Often, the patient is aware their fertility could be impacted, but overwhelmed and exhausted they put the “fertility issue” aside and pursue cancer treatment. Now; the work, research and worry is taken out of the patient’s hands. A leading infertility clinic is embarking on an educational platform to inform these patients about their options and making an unprecedented offer: egg freezing at no cost. They are working against the misconception that egg retrieval and freezing is time consuming and that no clinic would offer this without some “hidden cost” or benefit.
By Christabelle...Harry & David’s beautiful Pink Pears Collection, featuring 4 Royal Beurre Bosc Pears grown in the beautiful Rogue Valley, Oregon, are dipped in Harry & David’s highest quality dark chocolate and then dipped again in pink-colored w... Read More...
By Christabelle...For the entire month of October, newest online sensation JPSelects.com is selling a limited edition “Cancer Schmancer” bracelet designed by Beverly Hills, CA designer Nialaya. The bracelet will exclusively be sold on JPSelects.com and ALL ... Read More...
SoleMates is joining that fight with its new 'Project Pink' promotion in partnership with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. A mind-boggling 1 in 8 women (12.5%) will develop breast cancer at some point during her life. As such, during the month of October, SoleMates will be donating 12.5% of sales from their special 3-pair gift set to the BCRF. The set includes one pair of Narrow, Classic & Wide SoleMates in either Clear or Black.
Shape up your style with two of Redken Styling’s best-selling products while supporting the fight against breast cancer! In conjunction with this limited edition promotion, Redken will make a flat $20,000 donation to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® in support of their mission to find the cures for breast cancer.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a long list of fashion and beauty brands - from Dior and Ritz Carlton Spas to Yves Rocher and Sexy Hair - are showing their support for women undergoing cancer treatment by supporting Look Good…Feel Better.
In 2010, JOICO created the groundbreaking Beauty for a Cure program, designed to help spread awareness about breast cancer and engage salon professionals in activities to raise money for breast cancer-related organizations. On July 1, fueled by the success of the launch, JOICO unveiled the “next generation” Beauty for a Cure website, featuring an expanded roster of downloadable fund-raising programs and celebrating the salons and stylists who have participated in Beauty for a Cure events.