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Breast Wishes operates on a shoestring budget and gives so much! Please contribute with a financial gift to keep counseling and cutting edge information free to everyone. We gladly accept stock contributions also.
Tie One On for Breast Wishes
In India, prayer strings are tied on your wrist as a reminder of your prayers. We hope the threads will remind you each day of your personal wishes, helping them to manifest until the threads break free!
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Start a Breast Wishes Support Community Locally!
Breast Wishes clients are unique and our support groups focus on sharing immune enhancing, cancer eradicating methods, health care professional referrals and personal experiences on this path.BWF’s clients are frequently involved with uninsured treatment options and this group offers an exchange of information around these choices and alternative treatments that insurance may pay for such as acupuncture. Participants have been diagnosed with cancer and want local or worldwide tools for treatment, prevention of recurrence, detox, and feeling great right now! What won’t be focused on is chemo, radiation or pharmaceuticals.
Breast Wishes home office will support the groups as requested.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
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