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chelsdizzalfoshizzzal Gooooood morning!!! I'm getting ready to go train for my big bad @avon39 walk, but first, I wanted to ask if you can support the three of us in this picture (not my sister in the middle because she's pregnant and can barely walk 500 ft without getting tired...she just happens to be in every recent picture I have of Erica, Alison and I) in our journey to walk for our loved ones that have had breast cancer! If you have been affected by it as well, we are walking for you! Any donation helps save a life of a man or woman going thru breast cancer treatment just click on the link in my bio if you can spare a tax deductible donation! #breastcancer #savethetatas #please #fcancer #iwalkitout #teambusombuddies 18min

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goa11ie Getting on my soapbox for a minute to talk about preventative care and not backing down. In my quest for getting my body healthy, I recently had a second mammogram (the first one was when I was 23 after they found a lump on my breast). This time around, I requested a mammo for one huge reason: strong family history. You see, my mom, my (maternal) grandmother, and my (maternal) great grandmother were diagnosed with breast cancer. My aunt (mom's sister) was also recently diagnosed this past year. The chances of me, my sister, or my cousins being diagnosed are incredibly high. I am already in the mindset that I will have to battle this disease when I'm older. It's just the hard truth. Hence, my reason for being proactive to catch it early! But here's what I don't understand: the amount of medical professionals who I've encountered over the last few months who have QUESTIONED my request for a mammogram. And yes, they knew of my familial history "Well we usually wait until you're 40...(pregnant pause)" was one of the phrases I heard repeatedly. My usual response? "I don't care." It shouldn't be this way; my mother was diagnosed in her mid-40's. No young person should have to fight to request a mammogram (including men!) if there is even the slightest family history. This includes many other preventative screenings for other cancers and ailments. Bottom line: I'm doing it for me. I'm doing it for the survivor women in my family. And I'm doing it for my daughter. #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness #mom #grandma #greatgrandma #aunt #breastcancersurvivors #pink #pinkribbon #savethetatas 57min
  •   alsm13 Awesome @goa11ie don't back down. Happy to hear your aware and push to be checked 🏻 45min
  •   jamie9lynn Good for you 🏼 they don't have a problem testing for cervical cancer every year -why should any other form of screening or cancer be any different? 11min

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melissarigdon Morning! I don't know what gave me the urge to organize photos this morning, but in doing so I found a few photos from the year that I had a personal trainer, a nutritionist, did so many exercise classes, TRX, Insanity, and more Zumba parties than I wanted to, and was a runner -- well a half marathonist! (Is that even a word?!) Anyhow, the pics with my pink shirt on were from the weekend I was running the Rock n Roll Marathon in Nashville. That's a lot of weight to carry on for 13.1 miles. That's just a lot of weight period! Once I saw these pictures I felt defeated because nothing was working to lose the weight. Then flash forward to March 8th of this year, the day I signed up for @tracyandersonmethod 's #TArealtime streaming classes. My life is changing. In almost 5 months I've lost 31 lbs and the weight keeps melting off -- AND I'm gaining muscle. I haven't reached my "goal" yet, but I know I will with Tracy. So much love to my family and my #TAMily for all your support. And since I'm posting about life changes. If you are able please support my girl @tracyandersonmethod in her efforts of raising money to help find a cure for breast cancer at the Hamptons Paddle for Pink on August 1st.
It's super easy to make a donation! 🏻 http://hamptonspaddleforpink.org/tracy#.VbA7lYr3anN
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Google Hamptonspaddleforpink.org, click find a paddler, insert Tracy Anderson, and donate whatever you're able.
#hamptonspaddleforpink #paddleforpink #TAMtribe #findacure #survivors #sisters #pink #pinklife #breastcancerawareness #hamptons #hamptonslife #breastcancermarathon #beatcancer #fitlife #fitness #motivation #fitgirl #health #weareone #pinkribbon #savethetatas #fcancer #pinkeducation #pinkpower #transformationtuesday
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rozayroz82 work mode #savethetatas 3h

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buffsalon She's a survivor. sometimes the sideeffects of chemo means discolored and misshapen nails but thanks to @tammytaylornails #prizma products and sculptured nails we are able to have beautiful nails and kick cancers butt!!! #fckcancer #savethetatas #pinknation Come see us for the BEST SERVICE for all of your nail and waxing needs. Se Habla español 516 N Graham St. Call or text 704-390-1586 All @buffsalon appts require a $20 deposit that goes towards your service. More info available in the bio #charlottenails #neighborhoodawards2014 #charlottenailsalon #instanails #ignails #instacute #naildit #nailgasm #charlottesalon #nailporn #uptown #nail #girlie #pretty #glam #charlotte #nailpolish #flawless #nails #nailstoinspire #nailart #treasurenails #nawards2015 #megustaronmucho #usvi 4h

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