Early Detection Saves Lives Breast Cancer P&G Gift Basket Giveaway – Ends 10/27

Early Detection Breast Cancer

This post is brought to you by P&G to bring awareness for breast cancer awareness. All opinions and support for this cause are completely and totally our own.


Did you know that one in eight women will get breast cancer in her lifetime. One in eight. That is equivalent to an inner circle of girlfriends or the women in an extended family. While breast cancer rates are lower among non-Caucasian women, death rates are higher among African American and Latina women. In fact, every hour and a half a Latina woman dies of breast cancer in the United States.

While we’re fortunate that none of our direct family is currently impacted by breast cancer here at Two Kids and a Coupon, my mom has lost some dear friends to this terrible disease. They passed away at a very early age, before they were old enough to see their kids live out their full lives or enjoy their grandchildren.

There is hope though. Early detection is the best defense against breast cancer and the earlier breast cancer is detected, the higher the survival rate. According to the National Cancer Institute, when detected during the early (localized) stage – the five year survival rate is 98 percent.

To help make women more aware of the importance of early detection, this year, the P&G Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign has partnered with The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) to not only educate women, but also the men in their lives to help support detection as well.

About P&G’s Contribution to the National Breast Cancer Foundation
The 2013 P&G Breast Cancer Awareness campaign will help save lives by making a $500,000 donation to The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). Since 2008, P&G has donated more than $2.1MM to the NBCF to help save lives through early detection awareness and education. More than 80 percent of all donations to the NBCF go to programs that benefit women.

You can visit http://www.pgeveryday.com/bca to hear P&G employees’ inspiring stories about moments made possible in their lives due to early detection and download the NBCF’s Early Detection Plan App, available throughout the month of October.

For more information on this program, be sure to check out the links below.


Program Links
Hashtag: #PGBestDefense
Website: www.pgeveryday.com/bca
Twitter: @PGeveryday
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pgeveryday
Website: www.pgeveryday.com/bca
Twitter: @PGeveryday
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pgeveryday


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  1. Yes my mother in law battled breast cancer and won YAY!

  2. Subscriber tamben7996 at aol dot com

  3. jeana O'donnell-Murphy says:

    No not in my family, other kinds of cancer though. But we had a family friend who lost her battle over 10yrs ago.

  4. Jennifer Fritcher says:

    Yes, my great grandma :(

  5. Yes, my aunt had breast cancer.

  6. Linda Childers says:

    Yes my aunt Wilma died of breast caner and so did my aunt Virginia

  7. Not in my immediate family but family members have been touched by other forms of the BIG C!

  8. My aunt died of breast cancer.

  9. Not breast cancer but other kinds of cancer

  10. steve weber says:

    my mom passed away at age 55 2 years ago from triple negative breast cancer.

  11. Yes a few have had cancer.

  12. My MIL is a survivor.

  13. Jessica To says:

    We have had family members affected by other types of cancer.

  14. rebecca m says:

    Yes, yes, yes. Many of those close to me have been affected.

  15. Leann Lindeman says:

    I have several family members that have had breast cancer

  16. Leann Lindeman says:

    I subscribed by email chefl@swbell.net

  17. My aunt died at the age of 45 from breast cancer it was devastating for our family she was so funny and always full of life it really makes you vigilant and worried about your own future

  18. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    I’m fortunate to be able to say none of my immediate family or friends have suffered from breast cancer.

  19. aimee mcpherson says:

    yes, a very dear friend.

  20. Luckily none of my family or friends have had breast cancer.

  21. angel mairie dearlove says:

    no and i hope we never do

  22. Sandra Brower says:

    One of my very best friends is surviving breast cancer. She is the most wonderful and giving person I have ever met.

  23. Sandra Brower says:

    I signed up and follow as an email subscriber now. Thanks :)

  24. I’m so blessed to say my loved ones have not been affected by breast cancer.

  25. Yes, my great-grandmother

  26. Yes, a family member has been affected

  27. stephanie says:

    Not in my immediate family

  28. stephanie says:

    i added you on RSS- netvibes

  29. Kathy Lausche says:

    Yes, our good friend Deb passed away last year. She was so young and full of life. Very sad.

  30. Yes my aunty (mom’s sister) was diagnosed early and was able to go through treatment and remove it completely!!

  31. Rebecca P says:

    my aunt has it and is now in remission for the third time, so far its been 8 years this time!

  32. Rebecca P says:

    get your emails :)

  33. Diana Stanhope says:

    Yes sadly we have been touched by breast cancer.

  34. Shannon Baas says:

    I have several friends who have.

  35. Mary Casper says:

    my mother had breast cancer lst year and after a double masetocomy she is cancer free

  36. Rebecca Parsons says:

    Not in my direct family but my step-father’s sister in law had it and lost her battle 2 months ago.

  37. Rebecca Parsons says:

    RSS by Netvibes name Rebecca Parsons and email rebecca_parsons@comcast (dot) com

  38. Ann Fantom says:

    Yes, a close friend is a 5 year breast cancer survivor

  39. No, fortunately not. I only am close to my immediate family, the rest of my family lives in South America.

    Diana C

  40. not breast cancer in my family but yes for other cancers

  41. My cousin is fighting breast cancer right now.

  42. cancer runs in my family, my grandmother died from breast cancer and my husbands grandfather died from lung cancer.

  43. Thankfully, no one in my life has been affected by breast cancer.

  44. Cynthia C says:

    Luckily I have not had anyone affected by breast cancer.

  45. Cynthia C says:

    Subscribed in Netvibes Reader

  46. One of my friends mom died of breast cancer

  47. Andrea Williams says:

    My mom is a breast cancer survivor and we have many friends also who have been diagnosed and treated.

  48. Sarah Hirsch says:

    my sister’s mother in law is a breast cancer survivor

  49. No history in my family but I am not forgetting to check!

  50. Mary Cloud says:

    My Grandmother had breast cancer and is a survivor
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  51. Fortunately no one in my family has had to deal with breast cancer.

  52. Tamara B. says:

    Commented on FB under your Check out these cute Amazon jewelry deals post

  53. Thanks for the chance!

  54. Christine says:

    my aunt had breast cancer

  55. Tari Lawson says:

    My husbands cousin’s wife had breast cancer.

  56. I am fortunate to not having anyone in my family fighting breast cancer.

  57. I follow via RSS

  58. tina reynolds says:

    yes my aunt is a survivor

  59. Yes, a family member & a friend

  60. Katie Roch says:

    My aunt has been affected by breast cancer and shortly after she was affected by skin cancer.

  61. beth shepherd says:

    My grandmother had breast cancer that then spread. She lost the fight.

  62. thankfully, no

  63. I have lost a Great Aunt to Breast Cancer. : (

  64. Cathy Truman says:

    Yes I had a Aunt who had breast cancer and she passed away from it.

  65. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    I had a great aunt die of cancer… but it was not breast cancer… she passed away after Christmas before new years this year.

  66. Wanda McHenry says:

    My aunt had breast cancer, but that’s not what killed her. She contracted MRSA in the hospital and that is what finished her off.

  67. Wanda McHenry says:

    Email subscriber
    wbailey113 at hotmail dot com

  68. My aunt is a breast cancer survivor.

  69. My aunt passed away from breast cancer a couple years ago.

  70. Tamara B. says:

    Commented on your FB wall https://www.facebook.com/2kidsandacoupon/posts/615516001828252

  71. My Mom’s 1st cousin, who is more like a sister, is a current survivor from breast cancer.

  72. My grandmother had that and several other cancers. But I never heard her complain once!

  73. Monique Rizzo says:

    My best friends Mom.Thanks for the chance.

  74. judy gardner says:

    my best friend is a cancer survivor!

  75. No one in my family or that I know has had breast cancer.

  76. My aunt died of breast cancer, and my best friend’s mom has been fighting it for years.

  77. janna johnson says:

    My Mom, Grandmother, and Aunt have all had cancer.

  78. My great grandmother had breast cancer

  79. My Aunt is a breast cancer survivor, as well as my sister-in-law’s Mother (sort of an honorary mother to me, since I lost my Mom 4 years ago to unknown causes). Cancer has affected my family in enormous amounts, unfortunately. My grandfather, and two Aunts have died from cancer, and I have several relatives who are either living with cancer or are cancer survivors.

  80. Brandi Price says:

    I know of people that have had breast cancer but no one in my family.

  81. my grandma

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  82. Christina Sparks says:

    My ex mother-in-law had breast cancer and had to have her breast removed.

  83. Theresa D says:

    My sister-in-law is a breast cancer survivor.

  84. Sadly my maternal grandmother and her sister both passed away from Breast Cancer :(

  85. debbie jackson says:

    My aunt has been a fortunate survivor.

  86. My MIL is a survivor. Happy to have her around.

  87. Jennifer Reed says:

    I do not have anyone close to me that has been affected by breast cancer, thankfully. However, my father died from another type of cancer so unfortunately I have been very affected by this terrible disease.

  88. No thankfully

  89. Crystal Sell says:

    My aunt has had breast cancer and it runs in my family so I need to make sure I get to my checkups.
    sellcrystal2 at yahoo dot com

  90. joseph gersch says:

    two aunts have ahd breat cancer

  91. Yes, I have an aunt and a friend that both survived breast cancer.

  92. Kate Newton says:

    I’m lucky enough not to have anyone in my family with cancer!

  93. Teresa Thompson says:

    My aunt is fighting breast cancer now.

  94. Francine Anchondo says:

    No thankfully but I have been close to people with other cancers.

  95. Yes, my grandmother died from breast cancer.

  96. I don’t know anyone affected by breast cancer

  97. Not breast cancer but ovarian cancer

  98. Karen T Gonyea says:

    I have been incredibly lucky and not known anyone directly that has dealt with breast cancer (some other cancers, but not breast).

    ktgonyea at gmail dot com

  99. Thankfully none of my relatives have had to deal with breast cancer but I’ve had several close friends and co-workers who have survived.

  100. Brittney House says:

    My grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 84.

  101. Stephanie Larison says:

    Nobody I’ve known personally, but my husbands grandmother passed away from breast cancer at only 48.

  102. My grandmother passed away from breast cancer.

  103. I have some friends who are breast cancer survivors. One of my good friends lost her mom to the disease.

  104. Rebecca Lock says:

    My good friend, Karen, was diagnosed with breast cancer in April. She finished her last round of chemo in September and is doing well.

  105. Tammie Venne says:

    my husbands Aunt

  106. My grandmother fought it and won.

  107. I don’t know anyone who’s had breast cancer.

  108. Trisha McKee says:

    My mother-in-law had a battle with breast cancer and has been in remission now for five years.

  109. Kathleen S. says:

    My grandmother did, later in life.

  110. My grandmother and aunt both battled breast cancer and won.

  111. Nicole C. says:

    My grandmother had breast cancer!

  112. Ive known a few friends with breast cancer

  113. Megan Cromes says:

    cancer runs in our family…we had a few.

  114. Mya Murphy says:

    Both my grandmothers passed from it :(

  115. Yes, my best friends mom.

  116. Susan Smith says:

    No one in my family has had breast cancer.

  117. i lost my grandmother to breast cancer

  118. robyn paris says:

    my grandmother years before i was born

  119. Courtnie Miller says:

    No one that I know personally has been affected by breast cancer.

  120. Tanya White says:

    No not in my family but we have dealt with other types of cancer unfortunately.

  121. No, I’ve been very fortunate that no one in my family nor anyone I know has had breast cancer.

  122. Sherry Fowler says:

    yes, my father passed away 3 years ago with cancer

  123. Sherry Fowler says:

    subscribed via RSS

  124. Lanicsha Wynn says:

    Yes, I lost my aunt in 2005 to breast cancer

  125. Leslie Davis says:

    My grandmother had it.

  126. No, but my mom is a uterine cancer survivor.

  127. Nobody in my immediate family, but unfortunately my sister’s friend’s mom just passed away from breast cancer a few weeks ago.

  128. I’ve had several friends mothers who were affected by breast cancer.

  129. Donna Pyszk says:

    Yes my mother had cancer

  130. No one I know has had breast cancer.

  131. Thanks for the giveaway…a close family friend, and a friend from college are both BC survivors.

  132. Karrie Millheim says:

    yes My grandmother. She had a double mastecomy but it saved her life

  133. Deborah Hogue says:

    Yes, I was diagnosed with Stage 3C breast cancer, it was the second most dangerous diagnosis and I was a basket case, not knowing if I would be there to watch my children grow up and dealing with two years of treatment. I was sick all of the time but I am thankful for the wonderful doctor who treated me and the nurses who dealt with me for the whole time. I am doing okay now. Every twinge of pain brings back fears of the horror of this disease, but my kids are all grown, and I am 8 years out since diagnosis. I enjoy life much more now than I did before getting sick, because I realize that life really is a gift and you have to make the most of it because none of us are guaranteed tomorrow.

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