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Where Would We Be Without Our Caregivers?

Messages From the Community

As we honor National Family Caregivers Month this November, take time to reflect on the caregivers who have impacted your life. Maybe it was your favorite nurse who greeted you with a smile or your spouse who never left your side… it might even be your online friends who helped you through the breast cancer journey. 

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Breastcancer.org Community members share caregiver stories at Breastcancer.org.

As we approach a time for thanksgiving, this is perfect opportunity to reach out to those who showed you compassion, patience, and dedication during your time of need. We would love to hear your stories of gratitude: share yours on the Share your stories of gratitude for your caregiver(s) thread.

"Find strength and camaraderie with those who have gone through and are going through the same battles. Be real, cry when you need to, but remember that you are never ever alone." –sarahsusername, caregiver and Breastcancer.org Community member 


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