A new website helps breast cancer patients every step of the way

We all know it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in addition to NFL football games peppered with pops of pink and pink fire trucks driving around town, we’re reminded of the cause everywhere we turn. But when you’re actually living with breast cancer, you might not know where to turn for support. Enter CureDiva.com, a brand-new website that stocks everything patients could need, whether they’ve just been diagnosed, are in treatment, or are breathing a giant sigh of relief after surviving their battle.

Ranging from products that are safe for skin affected by chemo and post-surgical garments and supplies to help for handling hot flashes and so much more, this robust site was founded by survivor Efrat Roman, who wanted to help other women live stylishly while fighting breast cancer. You’ll also find fantastic blogs from women in every stage of treatment, plus message boards that help build a strong sense of community.

This Thursday, Guiliana Rancic will host an event in New York City to celebrate the website’s launch—and share her inspiring survival story. Giuliana is proof that breast cancer is not a death sentence, and we can’t think of anyone better to prove that this disease can happen to any woman, no matter her age, and we’re all about raising awareness for that.

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