Choose Courage. Kick Azz.
Our designs are images of strong, beautiful warrior women who are called "The Anaba Alliance". Anaba means "she returns from war". Our breast cancer warrior t-shirts, tees, and other products remind survivors to choose courage and kick azz in the midst of their breast cancer battle.
Every year, nearly 1,200 women under age 40 die from breast cancer. Compared to older women, young women generally face more aggressive cancers and lower survival rates. More and more evidence tells us that breast cancer before age 40 differs biologically from the cancer faced by older women. No effective breast-cancer screening tool yet exists for women ages 40 or younger. Young women with breast cancer struggle with many issues either not present or much less severe in the lives of older women, including:
The possibility of early menopause Effects on fertility Questions about pregnancy after diagnosis Concerns about body image Challenges to financial stability Since breast cancer occurs at a much lower rate among young women than in our older counterparts, we remain underrepresented in many research studies.
How Dare You! How To Turn Your Pain Into Power After A Cancer Diagnosis
Award-winning entrepreneur, author, and speaker Brianne Joseph shares her heartwarming and inspirational story of personal triumph over breast cancer. She outlines her journey from depression to ultimately turning her pain into power as a guide for other survivors to reclaim their power as well. In this refreshingly spirited book, audiences are sure to drink up her words of hope, wisdom, spunk, and attitude.