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Your Purchases Help Fund the Campaign for Breast Health Awareness!

Her childhood influenced by her mother’s battle with cancer and her professional career devoted to providing support for women with breast cancer, Leslie’s life has been shaped by the cause of breast health. Daily, she is committed to helping breast cancer patients, survivors and their families. Her passion project, The Breast Milagro, now also encompasses the need to support breastfeeding and lactating mothers.

Leslie and her team help sustain public awareness of breast health issues through her regular contributions to organizations that share these vital goals. The Breast Milagro Co. regularly donates a portion of the proceeds from sales of The Breast Milagro to the carefully selected organizations listed below.

Your purchases from The Breast Milagro™ Online Store help support these vital groups:

INTERNATIONAL LACTATION CONSULTANT ASSOCIATION

breastfeedart.jpgThe International Lactation Consultant Association (ILCA) is the professional association for International Board Certified Lactation Consultants® (IBCLC®) and other healthcare professionals who care for breastfeeding families.

Their Vision: World health transformed through breastfeeding and skilled lactation care.

 

The Young Survival Coalition

Young Survival CoalitionYSC is the only international, nonprofit network of breast cancer survivors and supporters dedicated to the concerns and issues unique to young women and breast cancer. Through action, advocacy and awareness, the YSC seeks to impact medical research, breast cancer and legislative communities. It also works to persuade them to address breast cancer in women aged 40 and under, who are often single, in early relationships or have young children.

The Breast Cancer Fund

The Breast Cancer FundFocusing on environmental factors that may contribute to breast cancer, the Breast Cancer Fund is dedicated to the idea of prevention where possible. It advocates and supports research that explores potential connections between health, the general environment and items in everyday use. Its efforts also include education so that each woman can make more informed choices for herself and her family.

The Breast Cancer Fund works to empower women to take responsibility for their health choices. It also models advocacy for women and suggests opportunities for women to become active in prevention.

 

Dia de La Mujer

mujerlatina.jpgAn organization inspired by personal experience touches the lives of thousands of Latina women! Dia de la Mujer Latina crosses cultural boundaries to reach women who otherwise may not get treatment. Over the last 15 years, Dia de la Mujer Latina has trained Community Navigator advocates who focus on culturally competent and community/patient centered care. Dia de la Mujer Latina has been instrumental in the Texas State certified training curriculum, and has trained over 500 professionals. Dia de la Mujer Latina has a presence in 39 cities and has registered over 84,000 women for breast screenings!

The National Consortium of Breast Centers

The National Consortium of Breast CentersFor over 20 years, the NCBC has been committed to providing exceptional care for all women. It is the only organization in the United States bringing a full-spectrum of cancer care professionals together to meet each individual’s distinct needs.

The NCBC promotes quality-improvement and nurse navigator programs as well as emphasizing multidisciplinary breast care. These efforts assure each patient a sensitive and cohesive diagnostic, treatment and follow-up program.

Member centers in each of the fifty states, as well as several other countries, provide patients with individualized treatment plans utilizing on-site physicians, nurses, technicians, psychologists and breast center administrators. It is the only organization in the United States focused on the direct delivery of optimal quality breast care to patients at local breast centers.

 

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"It’s my favorite necklace to wear especially because it gives me a sense of solidarity and unity in support of the work towards a breast cancer cure, and for the value and importance of breast health for everyone."

Marilyn Freeman, Los Angeles, Ca

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“Rarely do you find jewelry that not only is beautiful to wear but also has a deep meaning. The Breast Milagro is just that. The deep meaning and comfort it brings to a family member dealing with Breast Cancer is beyond words. There truly is an energy of good that radiates from the Breast Milagro and brings peace of mind to the person wearing it. If you want a meaningful gift that perfectly expresses your support for someone with Breast Cancer, this is it.”

Kim Sarubbi, Santa Monica, CA

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“I used the Breast Milagro to give to my friends at a memorial for my best friend who died of breast cancer. It was a moving experience to watch each woman open her necklace and read the card. They put them on immediately, and some have never taken them off. One of those friends is also going to give them to her friends. I still have my original necklace and I wear it every day.”

Ann Livingston, Novi, MI

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“The Breast Milagro has had tremendous significance in my life. My grandmother was a breast cancer survivor, and I have no less than a dozen friends whose have also been faced with the challenge of breast cancer. I find great joy in sharing the healing powers of the Breast Milagro when I have had the opportunity to present it to someone as a gift. It makes me smile when someone I know proudly shows me that they are wearing their Breast Milagro and ‘feeling the healing’ both emotionally and physically.”

Jenn Elden, Winthrop, WA

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“My Breast Milagro necklace has meant so much to me. I still wear it every day, even though my treatments are officially over and I have moved into ‘survivorship’ mode. My family and friends all have theirs, as gifts from me, to remind them to get regular mammograms.”

Darleen Page, Bellingham, WA

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“Whenever I wear my Breast Milagro, I think of my mother. Although she has been gone for almost 9 years, I somehow feel that she knows I wear it especially for her. It may sound silly but when I put it on, I quietly say to myself, ‘I love you, Mom.’ And in my own heart and head, I hope she hears me.”

Lindsay Sanders, Chicago, IL

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“The Breast Milagro came into my life at a very scary time for me, after they told me that I had Breast Cancer. To me, it was – and is – a sign of hope, love, support and faith. The creator of this special piece is one of my personal Angels.”

Amy Holland McDonald, Lahaina, HI

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“I have two Breast Milagros. One is a pin that I keep in my wallet. It’s a quiet reminder every time I reach for change. The other is a pendant that I wear on a chain. It’s beautiful and it goes with everything. I always get comments on it, which gives me a chance to explain what it means, and what it means to me. I remember a time when you couldn’t say the word ‘breast’ out loud. Now, I’m glad to have the chance to talk about it and to show how a simple piece of jewelry can continue the conversation and keep the cure in our hearts.”

Arlene Ring, Anaheim, CA

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“I love this necklace! When I wear it, it reminds me of God’s faithfulness to me. How He carried me and encouraged me and gave me hope and strength when I battled breast cancer 13 years ago. When I look back at that time now, I thank Him for it, because that experience brought me closer to Him.”

Arlis Bosman, Everson, WA

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“The Breast Milagro is a beautiful pendant, a gift to me, a symbol of ‘LIFE.’ I wear The Breast Milagro with hope to inspire others, to help support, and give hope back to other breast cancer patients.”

Elizabeth Ambriz, Lima, Peru