Fight For Pink 🎀 @fightforpinkkk

A Personal project by @angelicasharlene about raising breast cancer awareness. 💞 Pre-order merch:

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January 2019

Hi guys!! The main goal of my personal project is to spread breast cancer awareness and one of the ways to do so is by holding a talkshow/seminar so that more people can learn more information about breast cancer and be more involve. The talkshow will be held on the 22nd of January 2019, in the hall at 3:30 pm. The duration will be 30 minutes for presenting and 15 minutes for QnA. I’ll be inviting a special guest, Dr. Rahmi Alfiah who is a radiologist and specializes on early detection of breast cancer. It would mean alot if you guys can come to my talkshow so that we can spread the awareness together and don’t worry, the entrance fee is FREE!! Don’t forget to bring your family and friends. See you there!! 💓 • #breastcancer #personalproject #breastcancerawarenessmonth

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January 2019

Hello everyonee!! I just want to remind you that there are some stock left for the T-shirts so make sure you go purchase them if you haven’t already (link in the bio!! ) and also updates about the talk show that I’ll be holding will be revealed soon!! 💓 This amazing art was done by @_calligraphyplus ✨ make sure to go follow him to see his amazing calligraphy artworks, he’s also holding an amazing workshop where he’ll be teaching modern calligraphies, for more information go to his page!! • #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness #personalproject #breastcancermonth

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November 2018

Design 2 (color white ) Price: 80k Available now for pre-order, link in in my bio!! 💓 #breastcancer #personalproject #merchandise

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November 2018

Go pre-order fight for pink’s merch now, link is in my bio!! 💓

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Design 1 (color baby pink ) Price: 80k Available now for pre-order, link in in my bio!! 💓 #breastcancer #personalproject #merchandise

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What are the ways to treat breast cancer? Breast cancer don’t have the same treatment for everybody because the treatment will based on the type of breast cancer, he patience sensitivity to hormones, the stage of cancer, and the patience overall health, agenda preferences. The main options of the treatment includes: -SURGERY If surgery is needed there are choices which will depend on the diagnosed type of cancer and the the individual. There are the type of surgery: -lumpectomy: the removing of tutor and a small margin of healthy tissue around it can help prevent cancer. This is the best option if the tutor is small and easy to separate from the surrounding tissue. -sentinel node biopsy: removing the lymph node can stop the cancer from spreading to the other parts of the body. -mastectomy: Simple mastectomy involves removing the lobules, ducts, fatty tissue, nipple, areola, and some skin. -reconstruction: : Following breast surgery, reconstruction can recreate the breast so that it looks similar to the other breast. Axillary lymph node dissection: If there are cancer cells on a node called the sentinel node, the surgeon may recommend removing several nymph nodes in the armpit to prevent the spread of disease. -RADIATION THERAPY Radiation therapy can help destroy the cancer cells by controlling doses of radiation and targeting it at the tutor to destroy the cancer cells. It is typically used around a month after surgery along with chemotherapy which will kill the remaining cancer cells. -HORMONE THERAPY -CHEMOTHERAPY Medications known as cytotoxic drugs may be used to kill cancer cells, if there is a high risk of recurrence or spread. This is called adjuvant chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is best used if the tutor is large, it will be easier to remove it before surgery if the chemotherapy is done. -HORMONE BLOCKING THERAPY Hormone blocking therapy is used to prevent recurrence in hormone-sensitive breast cancers. These are often referred to as estrogen receptive (ER ) positive and progesterone receptor (PR ) positive cancers. Hormone blocking therapy is usually used after surgery but sometimes it was used before hand to shrink the tumor. -BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT

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Symptoms The signs and symptoms of breast cancer may include: -the first symptoms of breast cancer is a breast lump and a thickening that feels different from the surrounding tissue. -change in size and appearance of the breast. -a Newley inverted nipple. -pitting or redness of the skin of the Breast, similar like the skin of the orange. -scaling, peeling and flaking of the skin on the breast or nipple. -a rash around the nipples. -a pain in the armpits or breast that does not change with the monthly cycle. Most lumps are not cancerous, but people is recommended to go to the doctor or professional to get it checked. To learn more about breast cancer, don’t forget to follow @fightforpinkkk , details regarding the events and merchandises will be soon revealed!! 💓 #breastcancer #personalproject #breastcancerawareness

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How to prevent breast cancer? There is no sure ways to prevent breast cancer but living a healthy lifestyle can help reduce the risk of breast cancer and other type of cancers and here are some of the ways. -Avoiding alcohol consumption. Limit the amount of alcohol you consume to no more than one a day but it’s best to not drink any if can to reduce the risk of breast cancer. -getting enough exercise. Aim at least around 30 minutes of exercise most days of the week can reduce the risk of breast cancer. -following a healthy diet and eating healthy. Following a healthy diet and eating healthy is very important to maintain since it can help decrease breast cancer. -maintain a healthy weight. Maintaining a healthy weight is very important to a healthy lifestyle which will increase the risk of breast cancer. -become familiar with your breasts through breast self-exam or breast awareness. Women may choose to become more familiar with their breast by occasionally inspecting their breasts during a breast self exam for breast awareness. if there is any unexpected lumps, it is best to go to your doctor as soon as possible. -do checkups Doing checkups and discussing with your doctor about your the breast cancer risks in your future, doing tests and screening exams is a way to help reduce the risk of breast cancer because it’s better to know and seek for help before it’s too late. To learn more about breast cancer, don’t forget to follow @fightforpinkkk , details regarding the events and merchandises will be soon revealed!! 💓 #breastcancer #personalproject #breastcancerawareness

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Risk factors of breast cancer. Risk factor of a breast cancer is anything that increases the rate of getting breast cancer, but having one or a several of these risk factors doesn’t mean you’ll get breast cancer. there are several people who develop breast cancer without any of these risk factors. Here are some of the example of a breast cancer’s risk factor. •Being female. This is a big risk factor since most people who develop breast cancer is women and more women are diagnosed with breast cancer than men. •increasing age. The risk of breast cancer increases as you age. •Family history with breast cancer. If any of your family members is diagnosed with breast cancer, your risk of breast cancer will increase but this doesn’t apply to everyone who have a family member diagnosed with breast cancer. •Drinking alcohol Drinking alcohol can increase the risk of breast cancer. •Obesity Being obese can increase the risk of breast cancer. •inherited genes that increase cancer risk. Certain genes mutations can increase the risk of breast cancer and can be passed from parents to children. •radiation exposure. Your risk of breast cancer is increased, if you received radiation treatments to your chest as a child or young adult. •Beginning your period at a young age. Beginning your period before age 12 can increase the risk of breast cancer. •Beginning menopause at an older age. if you began menopause at an older age, you're more likely to develop breast cancer. •Having a child at an older age. having a child at an older age may increase the risk of breast cancer. •Postmenopausal hormone therapy. Women who take hormone therapy medications that combine estrogen and progesterone to treat the signs and symptoms of menopause have an increased risk of breast cancer. The risk of breast cancer decreases when women stop taking these medications. To learn more about breast cancer, don’t forget to follow @fightforpinkkk , details regarding the events and merchandises will be soon revealed!! 💓 #breastcancer #personalproject #breastcancerawareness

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what causes breast cancer? After puberty, a woman’s breast will usually consists of fat, connective tissue, thousands of lobule, tiny glands that produce milk and and tiny ducts that Carry the milk towards the nipple. In cancer, the body’s cells multiply uncontrollably and the excessive cell growth causes cancer. When the cells divide more rapidly than healthy cells do, it will form a lump or mass in the breast. Researchers have find out that hormonal, lifestyle as well as environmental factors may increase the risk of breast cancer to grow, it’s most likely that breast cancer is cause by genetics and your environment. Doctors estimated that about 5 to 10 percent of breast cancer are linked to gene mutations passed through generations of a family. If you have a strong family history of breast cancer, it is recommended to go to a doctor to get your blood tested to help identify the genes that are being passed through your family as well as seeing if there are risks of breast cancer in your near future. To learn more about breast cancer, don’t forget to follow @fightforpinkkk , details regarding the events and merchandises will be soon revealed!! 💓 #breastcancer #personalproject #breastcancerawareness

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What is breast cancer? Breast cancer is cancer that forms in the cells of the breasts, breast cancer starts when cells in the breast begin to grow out of control and it usually forms a tumor which can be felt as a lump or be seen in an x-ray. It is a very common cancer besides skin cancer, making it the most common cancer diagnosed for women. Breast Cancer can ensue in both women and men, but it is more common in women. There are over 2 million people diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018 worldwide. Breast cancer can start from different parts of the breast but most breast cancer begin growing in the ducts that carry milk to the nipple (ductal cancers ), some also start in the glands that make breast milk. Besides that, there are other different types of breast cancer such as Angiosarcoma, Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS ), inflammatory breast cancer, male breast cancer, Paget’s disease of the breast, invasive lobular carcinoma, and recurrent breast cancer but some breast cancer are less common than the others. Although many types of breast cancer can cause a lump in the breast, most breast lumps are benign and not cancerous. Non cancerous breast lumps are abnormal growth which they do not spread outside the breast and they’re not dangerous. But any breast lumps must be checked by a professional to determine if it is benign or cancer for your future cancer risk. Breast cancer can also spread when the cancer cells get into he blood or lymph system that can be carried to the other parts of the body. . To learn more about breast cancer, don’t forget to follow @fightforpinkkk , details regarding the events and merchandises will be soon revealed!! 💓 #breastcancer #personalproject #breastcancerawareness

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November 2018

Hello everyone, Welcome to Fight For Pink’s instagram account! You’re probably wondering, What is Fight For Pink? Fight For Pink is a personal project by @angelicasharlene that was created to help raise breast cancer awareness in Indonesia through the making of merchandise and donating the profit to a breast cancer organization in Indonesia. Besides merchandise, fight for pink will also be helding an event which hopefully helps people to be more aware of breast cancer. 🎀 Please stay tuned for more details regarding the products and don’t forget to support Fight For Pink through this amazing personal project journey! 💓 • • #personalproject #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness #breastcancermonth

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November 2018

Hello everyone, Welcome to Fight For Pink’s instagram account! You’re probably wondering, What is Fight For Pink? Fight For Pink is a personal project by @angelicasharlene that was created to help raise breast cancer awareness in Indonesia through the making of merchandise and donating the profit to a breast cancer organization in Indonesia. Besides merchandise, fight for pink will also be helding an event which hopefully helps people to be more aware of breast cancer. 🎀 Please stay tuned for more details regarding the products and don’t forget to support Fight For Pink through this amazing personal project journey! 💓 • • #personalproject #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness #breastcancermonth

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November 2018

Hello everyone, Welcome to Fight For Pink’s instagram account! You’re probably wondering, What is Fight For Pink? Fight For Pink is a personal project by @angelicasharlene that was created to help raise breast cancer awareness in Indonesia through the making of merchandise and donating the profit to a breast cancer organization in Indonesia. Besides merchandise, fight for pink will also be helding an event which hopefully helps people to be more aware of breast cancer. 🎀 Please stay tuned for more details regarding the products and don’t forget to support Fight For Pink through this amazing personal project journey! 💓 • • #personalproject #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness #breastcancermonth

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