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Bright Pink aims to ensure equity, model proactivity and promote agency for young breast and ovarian cancer warriors. The social leg of one of our favorite cancer charities features cancer fighters doing amazing things mixed with news about upcoming events and new innovations and treatments in the cancer research world.

This uber-popular insta for features words and pictures from the wider cancer community — before, during and after treatment. Their website is a home for people looking to share their experience, talk with others, and find some sort of solace throughout their journey.

Cancer, but make it f*cking hilarious. With a mix of humor and no-holds-barred real talk, this account really shines through its memes, which are geared specifically for the cancer community — because, as every person in treatment for cancer knows, sometimes the only thing you can do is laugh.

Anna Crollman’s bright and cheery feed has garnered her a loyal following by featuring both the good and the bad of life after cancer. She aims to empower cancer survivors to find beauty in their “post-cancer body,” and we can’t get enough of her down-to-earth personality and affinity for the color pink.


Innovations & Research

An Artificial Intelligence Assembly

The advancement of artificial intelligence in hospitals and other care settings has allowed for growth and improvement in both the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Here are some of the cutting-edge technologies that we think you should know about.

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(Y)our Stories

cW Library: Fall 2022

In her new memoir, “Not in Vain, A Promise Kept,” Melissa Mullamphy chronicles her experience as caregiver following her mother’s cancer diagnosis — a time marked by misdiagnosis, difficult treatments and inept doctors — and provides real-life details for how to advocate for yourself or your loved ones amidst a cancer diagnosis.

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(Y)our Stories

cW Chat: Sara Olsher

Mighty + Bright creator Sara Olsher is tackling difficult conversations with children through a line of books about coping with change and chaos.

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A Dietetic Disparity

BIPOC communities are systemically burdened with limited health resources while provided an abundance of items that negatively impact their wellbeing. Registered dietician and nutritionist Maya Feller shares what this could mean for cancer risks, and how nutrition and wellness can be approached differently—and better.

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