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Young women with breast cancer
helping other young women with breast cancer.

Going through breast cancer as a young woman presents many road blocks. One of them has become prevalent and that is financial struggles. Going through treatment is not cheap and causes a lot of distress that we don’t want to be facing while dealing with the threat of death. Unfortunately, it is a reality for most.

We're here to help these strong young ladies through immediate financial relief, provide an ear to listen and a shoulder to cry on throughout the the treatment process and beyond.

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It’s a place to share experiences and ask questions among people who know what you’re going through.
We’re here through all the good and the bad. Come and say hello!

17.01.2020

Do you like winning? We hear you say yes then keep reading..... Play For Purpose is a not-for-profit raffle raising money for Young Pink Sisters. With a one in 34 chance of winning $500,000 worth of...

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17.01.2020

We thought you might like a hug

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13.01.2020

For the ladies that are on waiting list.... We are asking for your patience on getting reimbursed for your medical bills. We know that money is tight and some of you have been on our list for a long...

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13.01.2020

Thought of the week... Don't love what you can't trust. Don't hate what you can't have. Don't say what you can't show. Don't judge what you don't know.

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09.01.2020

We would like to say thank you to Sharelle McIntosh for their very kind donation of $500. Thank you for your support

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06.01.2020

Thought of the week.... Sometimes you just have to put on your lipstick and perfume and pretend to be psyched

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05.01.2020

Our major sponsor Dishmatic. Please support them as well

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02.01.2020

“I love a Sunburnt country, a land of sweeping plains. But I’ve gotta tell ya mate, I like it better when it rains. The countryside is dying and there’s just no end in site, and just to rub...

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01.01.2020

Our New Years wish is that we can help the ladies on our waiting list very soon. It breaks our hearts having to put them on a waiting list we wish we could help them straight away

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01.01.2020

It is the first of the month so you know what you have to do....CHECK YOUR BOOBIES

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KATE - Battler

My name is Kate. I am 43 y.o.


In August 2016 i have been diagnosed with early stage of breast cancer. I knew it might happen to me at some stage as I have...

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Our New Years wish is that we can help the ladies on our waiting list very soon.  It breaks our hearts having to put them on a waiting list we wish we could help them straight away #ourwish #pleasedonate #gotowww.youngpinksisters.org.au #supportingacharity #breastcancer It is the first of the month so you know what you have to do....CHECK YOUR BOOBIES #firstofthemonth #breastcancerawareness #checkyourboobies #breastcancer Wishing everyone a very Happy New Years Eve. Enjoy your parties tonight but please remember to stay safe, do not drink and drive and to remember to hold that special somebody/somebodies and say that you love them.

H ours of happy times with friends and family
A bundant time for relaxation
P rosperity
P lenty of love when you need it the most
Y outhful excitement at lifes simple pleasures

N ights of restful slumber
E verything you need
W ishing you love and light

Y ears and years of good health
E njoyment and mirth
A angels to watch over you
R embrances of a happy years..#happynewyear #breastcancer #staysafe As we are coming to the end of 2019 we would like to say thank you to a few people.... Dishmatic, Creative Memories (Megan Crowley), Bryant family, Dimasi family, Ryan family, Bunnings Hardware, Nicole Winkler Couture Jewellery, all our volunteers without you all we would not be able to help our ladies so once again thank you.

Thank you to our ladies who are patiently waiting on our waiting list, we will get to you.

Thank you to everyone who has held a little raffle raising money for us.

Thank you to everyone who donated prizes for our trivia night.

Thank you to you for your support throughout 2019 and we hope that you will be with us in 2020. #thankyouforyoursupport #dishmatic #thankyoutoeveryonewhohashelpedus #breastcancer #wecouldnotdoitwithoutyou We have all done this #noneedtosaysorry #breastcancer #justlookafteryou To all the firemen in Australia.....thank you is such a small word but it is said from the bottom of our hearts. Thank you for putting your life on the line to save our homes and us. Thank you for doing this on very little pay. Thank you for giving up your free time. Thank you to your families for letting us have you. May you stay safe and we wish you and your families a merry Christmas #thankyou #australianfirefighters
Lauren and Tracey would like to wish everyone a safe and merry Christmas. Take the time to enjoy every second of it because as we know time is valuable. To our angels looking down on us we love you and miss you.

Thank you everyone for your support and love this last year and may you enjoy your Christmas with your family and friends. #wewishyouamerrychristmas #breastcancer #enjoyeverymoment This is you #breastcancer #youhavethis Do you like winning? We hear you say yes then keep reading..... Play For Purpose is a not-for-profit raffle raising money for Young Pink Sisters. With a one in 34 chance of winning $500,000 worth of prizes, and a minimum of 50% of
every ticket sold going directly to Young Pink Sisters. Play For Purpose is the ultimate win-win raffle. Every ticket has a one in 34 chance of winning a prize with 7,500 prizes to win. It’s never been so much fun to make a difference so grab a Play For Purpose ticket at  https://playforpurpose.com.au/young-pink-sisters and support our cause. #supportingacharity #breastcancer Nothing else to be said #youarenevertoyoung #breastcancer #youdontknowhowlongittakestolookthisgood It is the first of the month so you know what to do CHECK YOUR BOOBIES #breastcancer #firstofthemonth #haveafeel #checkyourboobies You are allowed to take the brave face off #breastcancer #youallowedtoshowthatyouneedhelp
We may not be your blood family but we are family #breastcancer #wemaynotbeyourbloodfamilybutwearefamily #breastcancerfamily #weareholdingyourhand At the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month we will remember them. Lest we forget #wewillrememberthem #thankyouforyourservice Morning everyone it is the first on the month so you know what to do CHECK YOUR BOOBIES #firstofthemonth #checkyourboobies Day 31 posting....Well it is the end of the month but it is not the end of breast cancer, please remember to check your boobies (that includes you men as well). Remember do not take no for an answer you know your own body get a second opinion if you are not happy. You are never to young to get breast cancer.

WE NEED A CURE FOR CANCER #breastcancerawareness #breastcancer #needacure #knowyourbody Thank you to Cranbourne Little Athletics for their very kind donation of $600. This will help one lady #supportingacharity #thankyouforyoursupport Day 27 posting....Having a social life

With a bit of planning and a few precautions, your social life can still go ahead. You might like to plan a holiday.

Your social life
You might not always be able to do the things you take for granted. But you don\'t need to stop your social life completely. You may just find you need to plan ahead a bit more.

These tips can help:

Get some rest during the day if you\'re going out at night – you\'ll have more energy for the evening.
You can take some anti sickness tablets before you go out for a meal if you think you’ll need them.
Drinking a little alcohol probably won\'t affect most types of chemotherapy – but check with your doctor first.
To avoid getting an infection, always eat freshly cooked food - avoid raw meat, fish, eggs, soft cheese and take away foods.
If you have an important social event coming up, ask your doctor whether they can arrange your chemo so that you’re between treatments that week.
Infections and vaccines
Avoid family or friends who might have infections such as chicken pox. Let your doctor know if you think you’ve been in contact with someone who could have chicken pox.

You should not have any live vaccines while you’re having chemotherapy. It’s safe for you to be around other people who\'ve had live vaccines as injections.

But there can be problems with live vaccines taken by mouth (oral vaccines).This includes the rotavirus vaccine that babies have. You can be infected by the virus for 2 weeks after a baby has had the vaccine. So during this time, be very careful about handwashing and avoid changing nappies if at all possible. Your doctor or chemo nurse can talk to you about this.

Your doctor might advise you and your family to have the seasonal flu vaccine. It is important to have the flu jab before the virus starts to circulate in the population. This is most likely to happen during the winter months.

Talk to your specialist about having the flu jab if you’re in the middle of chemotherapy treatment. Your immune system is weaker, so the vaccine might not work quite so well. Your specialist will tell you the best time to have a flu jab. #breastcancerawareness #sociallife #breastcancer