Thanks to Panera for their support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Panera Bread Panera Bread’s signature Pink Ribbon Bagel returned this past October for its tenth year to help support the fight against breast cancer. A portion of each Pink Ribbon Bagel sold in participating Southern California area bakery-cafes in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month were be donated to a variety of cancer causes throughout the country, including the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® affiliates of Los Angeles, Orange County and Inland Empire, the Los Angeles Breast Cancer Alliance and the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation. LABCA thanks Panera Bread for their support of the fight against breast cancer.

Make a Wish... Find a cure and end breast cancer

Dogeared logo and necklace Make a wish to find a cure. Celebrate courage and awareness in style with Make a Wish necklaces from Dogeared Jewels and Gifts. With enough positive energy and support, we can stomp out breast cancer for good. Dogeared Jewels and Gifts is generously donating the profits from the sale of their Find a Cure For Breast Cancer necklaces to LABCA's Friends Helping Friends program.

These necklaces and the entire collection of Dogeared goodies spread positive energy, good thoughts and awareness. Please check out their wonderful jewels and gifts. Whether a gift for a friend, sister, or yourself, you'll see why everyone is crazy about Dogeared!

Join the Army of Women

Love/Avon Army of Women logo Breast cancer has been around for decades, but it does not have to be our future. We can be the generation that stops breast cancer once and for all by figuring out what causes this disease and how to prevent it! The Love/Avon Army of Women offers women the opportunity to partner with the scientists who are conducting research that will end this disease--once and for all.

Sign up for your sister, mother, daughter, granddaughter, best friend, and the woman you met last week. This is YOUR chance to be part of the research that will end breast cancer.

It takes a just a minute to join. But the impact we will have will last a lifetime!

Please Join Us in Being One in a Million!

LABCA's Young Survivors Program
yellow sunflower LABCA is continuing to develop a program for young breast cancer survivors, with information and support regarding dating, fertility, dealing with small children, the loss of a parent and legal matters, such as discrimination with health insurance and in the work place. If you or someone you know is under the age of 45, have been diagnosed with breast cancer, and are interested in more information on LABCA's Young Survivors programs, please contact us.

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Drug Assistance Programs
Most major pharmaceutical companies have drug assistance programs that provide medication to people who cannot afford them. In most cases, your physician must apply to these programs on your behalf, but you can call and obtain the applications and information yourself. Please visit LABCA's Drug Assistance Program page for contact info for pharmaceutical companies offering drug assistance programs.

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