breasties in the press

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    Popsugar

    The Breasties: A Sisterhood of Women Impacted by Cancer and Moving Mountains Through It All

    In January 2017, a few weeks after her 28th birthday, Allie Brudner was diagnosed with stage two triple-negative breast cancer. That same month, Paige More, then 24, got a preventative double mastectomy; she had tested positive for the BRCA1 genetic mutation. 

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    Facebook Community Voices

    Facebook Community Voices: The Breasties 

    An Instagram community of breast cancer survivors and pre-vivors empowers and uplifts women with positivity throughout their cancer journey. Here’s their 10th retreat at Lake Norman, North Carolina.

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    Glam

    Surviving Breast Cancer Before The Age Of 35

    Being diagnosed young is an incredibly isolating feeling. While doctors offered numerous support groups, I didn’t feel like I belonged. I was at a very different stage in life with very different concerns, and it was hard for me to get the support I needed.

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    Today

    What women under 40 should be doing to detect breast cancer

    What women under 40 should be doing to detect breast cancer?

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    Lulus

    Empowered Women Wednesday

    The Breasies Founders on Community, Moving Forward, and Why You Should Advocate for Your Health

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    Intimissimi x The Breasties

    #UnderneathItAll

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    Jaanuu x The Breasties

    Let’s Get Cancer #OffOurChests

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    Bustle

    The Breasties Co-Founder Allie Brudner On Getting Breast Cancer At 28

    In this as-told-to, Allie Brudner, co-founder of The Breasties, a non-profit organization that supports young women who've been affected by breast and ovarian cancer, tells Bustle writer Eden Lichterman what it was like to get diagnosed with breast cancer at 28, and how she's been coping since.

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    Camp Breasties May 2019 Recap

    On the weekend of May 17-19, 2019, hundreds of young women came together in the Pennsylvania mountains for an energizing, weekend-long experience at camp with the Breasties – a getaway in the outdoors for community, wellness, and fun! 

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    Bustle

    Camp Breastie Welcomed 500 Survivors, Previvors, & Caregivers Of Cancer For A Weekend Of Healing

    Our most ambitious event yet: Camp Breastie, a weekend-long, 500-woman strong experience that took place this past May, comprising panels, workshops, outdoor activities, and a ‘60s-themed dance party that brought down the house.

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    Megyn Kelly TODAY

    Breasties provides breast cancer survivors support and community

    The nonprofit known as The Breasties — co-founded by Paige More, Leslie Almiron, Brianna Majsiak and Allie Brudner —helps provide those impacted by breast or ovarian cancer with a sense of community. The Breasties founders, along with breast cancer surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk, join Megyn Kelly to discuss their positive mission.

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    Winter Wellness Retreat Recap

    We Are Here to Move Mountains – Winter Wellness Retreat in Collaboration with Camelback Mountain Resort.

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    Glamping Hub

    Glamping Hub x The Breasties: A Galentine’s Day weekend getaway

    One unforgettable Galentine’s Day weekend—where a group of 24 strong, brave women came together at one of Glamping Hub’s most unique accommodations.

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    New York Post

    Instagram 'Breasties' Battle Cancer Together

    The first breast surgeon I saw looked at me with those pitying eyes and said, ‘You’re so young.

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    Cheddar

    Fighting Breast Cancer Together

    Finding out you have–or are at risk for–cancer is a scary thing, especially without a strong support system. That’s why Allie Brudner and Brianna Majsiak helped co-found “The Breasties,” a non-profit dedicated to supporting young women affected by breast and ovarian cancer.

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    Shape

    Fighting Breast Cancer Together

    Finding out you have–or are at risk for–cancer is a scary thing, especially without a strong support system. That’s why Allie Brudner and Brianna Majsiak helped co-found “The Breasties,” a non-profit dedicated to supporting young women affected by breast and ovarian cancer.

the breasties is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting those affected by breast and reproductive cancers through community and friendship.