Reach for Recovery
Me-a-Mama want you to love your breasts. The better you know them the easier it is to notice any changes. More and more women are surviving breast cancer thanks to early detection and groundbreaking research. Me-a-Mama has a personal interest in Reach for Recovery as both mother and daughter have survived breast cancer. Cheryl, mother of 4, was diagnosed at 42. Her daughter, Carey, was only 32 years old and pregnant with her second child (Lucy, now 2) when diagnosed. Both Cheryl and Carey have recovered and are loving life.
Reach for Recovery rely on donations to keep their crucial support network running as their service is free. They offer invaluable practical and emotional support to cancer patients and their families.
Me-a-Mama donate a percentage of every sale to Reach for Recovery to give something back.
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