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Main St., an experience-based, community-driven nonprofit dedicated to local breast cancer patients has concluded its sixth – and largest – fundraising season to date. Through the support of local …

No one should battle cancer alone

On a hot July evening in 2016, I went to a nearby emergency room because I was experiencing discomfort in my chest. Hours later, I was told that I had thymic carcinoma, a cancer affecting a small …

The second annual Main St. Earth Angel Awards and Luminary Stroll at Fonthill Castle took place Oct. 11.Awards were given to three local recipients who are making a positive impact on the breast …

The second annual Main St. Earth Angel Awards and Luminary Stroll at Fonthill Castle took place Oct. 11. Awards were given to three local recipients who are making a positive impact on the breast …

Main St. (formerly Pine2Pink), the experience-based, community-driven nonprofit dedicated to local breast cancer patients is set to the launch its sixth year.

Thompson Toyota and Main St. (formerly Pine2Pink) announce the return of their Sign & Shine event, scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 28 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Thompson Toyota, 122 W. Swamp Road, …

Main St. (formerly Pine2Pink), is an experience-based, community-driven nonprofit dedicated to local breast cancer patients. The nonprofit will be active during the entire month of October in New …

The Let’s Beat Breast Cancer rally, featuring drumlines from both Pennsbury and Neshaminy marching bands, will take place 10-11 a.m. Sept. 16 at Yardley Borough Hall, 6 S. Main St., Yardley.

An exhibition highlighting the rich legacy of Gwyn Michael’s career will open at 7 p.m. Sept. 1, in a show commemorating the 10th anniversary of her death from breast cancer.

The Pine2Pink Foundation, an experience-based, community-driven nonprofit dedicated to local breast cancer patients is now Main St. Serving the mission, Main St. will continue to support local breast …

Remove cost barriers to early breast cancer detection

Three of the scariest words in the English language are spoken thousands of times a day in doctors’ offices across the country: “You have cancer.” This year, more than 12,000 Pennsylvania women …

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