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#ICYMI: Here is the video from our Strength in Stories virtual celebration. Watch to hear stories from our resilient #breastcancer community: https://t.co/EbIfQl88GB

“It wasn’t easy, but the love I received was absolutely profound, and you can’t experience something that beautiful unless you go through something tremendously hard,” she says.

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Americans who have pre-existing conditions, such as #asthma and #COPD cannot be denied health insurance thanks to the #ACA. Find out other #lunghealth benefits: https://t.co/u2zNrbYM3c

Unite this #GivingTuesday to help #breastcancer patients and survivors live better lives, longer. Thanks to our partner @BankofAmerica, your gift will be quadrupled. https://t.co/OExLq8iBgp

Get an inside look at St. Jude patient Oni's story, as featured on @TODAYshow. At just 14 years-old, he's been through a lot but remains hopefully focused on the future. https://t.co/CMGAjOlUeF

For the past two decades RCCS has been providing the tools required to fight the daily battles of cancer, bringing hope to patients. #MondayMotivation

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#AskDrDurie COVID-19 FAQ #24: For myeloma patients, how important is it to wear a mask? https://t.co/7ObBdOdW5O

Want to improve care for #SGM people along the #cancer continuum? Apply by 11/30 for three workshops that will provide participants with knowledge and skills to conduct quality and culturally appropriate research to improve SGM care. https://t.co/2rCTrFdmpW

Did you know the MMRF is on @AmazonSmile?

Set the MMRF as your charity of choice and start shopping through AmazonSmile and @Amazon will donate a percentage of each purchase to help us accelerate treatments for #MultipleMyeloma patients.

Sign up here: https://t.co/pu7iTWpkxV

ICYMI: Care Dimensions CEO Pat Ahern was the featured guest on this weekend's "Caring Voice" on @NorthShore1049. Host Joanne MacInnis from @AberdeenAtHome_ talked with Pat about staying safe over the holidays.

Listen to the 30 minute program here: https://t.co/n5g7cX7u2I

This Black Friday at 11am EST, we invite you to put your breast foot forward. Join us as we walk virtually to build #breastcancer awareness, empower our community, and demand action. Register: https://t.co/gMzv3XT1Cn

If you’re participating in the virtual #ASH20 meeting but haven’t yet registered for the @themmrf symposium Managing Myeloma: Where We Are, Where We’re Going, and Where We SHOULD Be Going (Time to Choose Sides!), what are you waiting for? https://t.co/cz1C8H229v #mmsm

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