Never underestimate the pink power!
With Breast Cancer Awareness Month, now is a great time to learn about a disease that affects 1 in 8 women according to the American Cancer Society.
“Breast cancer doesn’t discriminate, but it can survive when caught early,” said Susan G. Komen, a member of the Orange County Breast Health organization. Rebecca hultquist shared with E! News. “Being a woman and getting older is the greatest risk of developing breast cancer. It is important to know your body and to know what is normal for you and only for you. I was only 33 when I found a lump. I had just weaned myself. breastfeeding baby, and I knew that what I was feeling was not normal and that it was not there before. “
In addition to raising awareness, it is also more than appropriate to recognize the thousands and thousands of people – including Rebecca – who have survived this difficult disease.
E! News celebrates over a dozen survivors around the world who have graciously shared some of their best advice to anyone struggling with breast cancer. While each story is unique, each individual had one thing in common: they were determined to survive.