Let’s Talk About Lymphedema

Lymphedema, or the post-treatment swelling of arm, leg, breast or chest wall, affects an estimated 15 percent of women who have a sentinel lymph node biopsy. Yet patients are rarely informed prior to treatment about the possibility of developing this …

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Elizabeth Pink Surgical Bra® Testimonial – Katrina

We are so grateful when women use our Elizabeth Pink Surgical Bra® and want to share their experience.  Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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Elizabeth Pink Surgical Bra® Featured on BreastRecon.com

The Elizabeth Pink Surgical Bra® has been featured in a blog post by the breast reconstruction authority, Kathy Steligo!  What an honor!  Click to read more: http://breastrecon.com/blog.html    

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Elizabeth Pink Surgical Bra® Testimonial – Lisa

We are so grateful when women use our Elizabeth Pink Surgical Bra® and want to share their experience.  Lisa, thank you so much for providing this wonderful feedback!

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How Does a Physician Prepare for Her Hip Replacement?

BFFL Co Founder and CEO Elizabeth Chabner Thompson, MD, MPH was featured in a blog on PeerWell.co about preparing for hip replacement surgery. Please click here to read the full article and interview.

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Breast BFFLBag® Video

Dr. Elizabeth explains the carefully chosen contents in the Breast BFFLBag®.  

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Dr. E Demonstrates the Benefits of the Elizabeth Pink Surgical Bra®

Dr. E demonstrates the benefits and features of the Elizabeth Pink Surgical Bra® in this short video.

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Patient to Patient: How to Be a Best Friend for Life

  My name is Kevin Bojarski and as anyone that knows roughly what this website is about, I am a pretty lucky guy. I will back up and try to give you a quick story about why I am here. …

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Did You Know? 31 Facts About Breasts

Back by popular demand during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, our list of 31 Facts About Breasts! Each day in October we will post a new one.  Read it here.

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What To Expect During Radiation Treatment

I recently appeared as a guest on the weekly SiriusXM radio talk show THE MOMS to discuss with host Denise Albert her upcoming radiation treatment. Denise has breast cancer, and chose to have a lumpectomy with chemotherapy and radiation instead …

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Supporting a Partner with Cancer

Many people don’t know what to do when their spouse or significant other receives a cancer diagnosis. What should they say? How should they act? How can they be supportive, compassionate, helpful and strong?

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New BRCA Mutations Discovery

Recent discoveries indicate there may be many more BRCA gene mutations than previously thought, and this may affect how we test for inherited breast cancer in the future. A public-private partnership, called BRCA Share™, announced in June that it has …

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