We had a shopping event on Saturday, October 28th at Christ Lutheran Church in Starview. We were blessed with great attendance and 16 vendors.
Pink Partners accepted a donation from Leah Workinger representing White Rose Women's Soccer League – they raised $200.00 in for Pink Partners! We are very appreciative of such great support from our local community.
Artie Paint Party fundraiser event for PINK Partners on August 10th. What a great time for everyone!
Thank you, Jennifer Titemore!!
P.I.N.K. Partners is proud to announce the winners of our two scholarships to York County high school seniors who have been touched by breast cancer in some way. These scholarships, each in the amount of $1,000, are to help students pursue a Bachelor’s or Associates Degree or attend a vocational or technical school. P.I.N.K. Partners has also awarded a third scholarship, in the amount of $1,000, in memory of one of our members – The Betty Miller Memorial Scholarship.
Here are the winners for our P.I.N.K. 2017 Health and Science Scholarships:
by Alice Park, originally posted on TIME.com, October 6, 2016
Terrifying as the C word can be, breast cancer today means something very different than it did a decade ago. Doctors know more than ever about what causes cancer in the first place and when it's best to screen for the disease as well as which cancers are more likely to spread aggressively and which may be able to be monitored and left alone. This knowledge will only grow more refined in the years to come, thanks in part to a handful of landmark studies launched this year.
Mounting evidence shows that the ...
P.I.N.K. Partners is offering scholarships for York County High School Seniors once again in 2017!
If you are a student who has been touched by breast cancer in some way, perhaps a family member or family friend, and would like to pursue a Bachelor’s or Associate degree or attend a vocational-technical school, you qualify.
We will award two scholarships to area high school seniors each in the amount for $1,000. In addition, we will offer a scholarship in memory of one of our members, The Betty Miller Memorial Scholarship for $1,000.
We are proud to be able to ...
Join us as we create, stamp and embellish!
...to benefit P.I.N.K. Partners.
Saturday, April 2, 2016
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Christ Lutheran Church (Starview)
4600 N Sherman St Ext.
Mt Wolf, PA 17347
Stamp a Stack Option – $25.00
($15.00 will be donated to P.I.N.K.)
You’ll create 8 cards and envelopes (2 each of 4 different designs to include Birthday, Thinking of You and Get Well).
On Thursday, February 18, 2016, Isaac’s Famous Grilled Sandwiches (West York) will be holding a “Community Night” to benefit P.I.N.K. Partners.
Twenty-five percent (25%) of the cost of your meal will go directly to the organization. We hope to see you and thank you for your support!
Isaac’s Famous Grilled Sandwiches
Carlisle Commerce Center
2159 White Street
West York 17404
717-854-2292 (Call ahead for takeout)
(Valid at this location only)
Thursday, February 18, 2016
Print the attached form and bring it with ...
by Liz Szabo, USA TODAY
Article Originally Published by: www.usatoday.com
And women who exercised more had better results.
Supervised exercise may help relieve treatment-related pain among breast cancer patients, a new study finds.
The study focused on hormonal therapies called aromatase inhibitors, which certain post-menopausal breast cancer patients take for up to five years after surgery. Aromatase inhibitors, or AIs, can reduce the risk of relapse by up to half, said co-author Jennifer Ligibel of Boston's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Many women who take AIs ...
By MARILYNN MARCHIONEThis article was originally published: www.nbcnews.com Tens of thousands of women each year might be able to skip at least some of the grueling treatments for breast cancer — which can include surgery, heavy chemo and radiation — without greatly harming their odds of survival, new research suggests.
The research is aimed at curbing overtreatment, a big problem in cancer care. Treatments help many women beat the disease, but giving too many or ones that aren't really needed causes unnecessary expense, trauma and lifelong side effects, such as ...