November 2018 | Pink House News
Our Attitude of Gratitude
It's the season of thanks, and at Carolina Breast Friends we have so many things for which we're thankful. We are thankful for every person who walks through our door newly diagnosed and looking for a soft place to land. We are thankful for all the longtime Survivors who continue to use our programs to connect and who are so willing to mentor others who are facing what they have faced. We are thankful for every person who puts their time or dollars into the helping make the journey easier for breast cancer Survivors.

What else are we giving thanks for this year? Read on >>
Kicking Up a Celebration
This year's Pink Boots Ball, on October 27 at the The Ritz-Carlton, drew a lively crowd for an elegant night of fun and philanthropy to benefit our mission. We also used the occasion to celebrate our 15th anniversary as an organization. Here's are the highlights. Plus a link to photos from the big night!
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We so value and appreciate all the members of our CBF Advisory Council! Here are a few, along with Board Members, at our annual Advisory Council Meeting at the Pink House on October 16.
If you're a breast cancer Survivor, mark your calendar now for next month's Survivors' Night, Dec 11. We are hosting our famous Ugly Sweater Party with wacky white elephant gift exchange!
Come have fun and meet new friends!
Carolina Breast Friends offers more than 25 programs each month. Click here for our full calendar.

Tuesday, Nov 13
6:00 - 7:30PM
Survivors' Night: Thankful Feast
Join us for our annual Thankful Feast--a time for breast cancer Survivors anywhere in their journey to gather with each other and give thanks together. We'll provide the main dishes, courtesy of Sonny's BBQ. Just bring a dessert to share. (This event is for Survivors only. Space is limited. Please RSVP.)
Thursday, November 15
6:30 - 8:00PM
Ask & Share with Survivors
In this mentoring-in-the-round session, talk with other Survivors about challenges such as fertility, diagnosis, treatment, early menopause, careers, managing children, marriage, and more. Survivors from our Mentoring Program are part of the discussion.
More Dates:
Nov 8, 6:00 - 7:30PM

Nov 17, 6:00 - 7:10PM
R eiki at the Pink House

Nov 29, 5:30 - 7:00PM
Volunteers Needed. Give back by sharing your time & talent with us.
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More News...
The magic has begun for the next Dancing with the Stars of Charlotte to Benefit the Pink House !

The show is March 30th, but our 2019 Stars and pros have begun dance lessons and fundraising! Want to see who's dancing and who's raised the most so far? Want to start voting now?
Wellness Matters
Research shows a link between gratitude and happiness, good health and even financial stability. Specific to cancer survivors, two studies in recent years have shown positive effects from exercises in focusing on gratitude. Best yet, gratitude is something you can actively develop. Here's one way to start.
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Breast Cancer in the News
Pointers to breast cancer-related stories in recent news:
Long-Term Results Suggest Fat Grafting Does Not Increase Recurrence Risk
Immunotherapy May Be Successful Against Triple Negative
No Increase in Long-Term Side Effects With Weekly Hypofractionated Radiation Schedule
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We have teamed up with David Line, who is a clinical pharmacist from Cannon Pharmacy, to help answer your questions.  Email your question

Next month:  Ask Dr. Jodi, a sexual health specialist.