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Mikka Padua, founder of eclectic, curated e-shop Seek The Uniq, also happens to be a proud breast cancer warrior. After being diagnosed with the condition in December 2018, she's geared all her energy towards spreading awareness about the disease on her social
The pink ribbon as we know it today ties together many events in history that have paved the way for discourse and research about breast cancer.
Every 15 seconds, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer.It is the most common form of cancer among women and the second most common cancer in general. Decades ago, breast cancer was not really spoken or written about. Only a handful of
You can also have a free X-ray and consultation with a doctor!
With Breast Cancer Awareness month being just a few weeks away, it’s that time of the year again to enlighten ourselves on the malicious threat hovering over every woman. It can happen to anyone; your mom, your sister, your aunt, or yourself.
Support breast cancer awareness in your own stylish way!
As reported by the International Agency For Research on Cancer, somewhere around the world a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every 19 seconds. In fact, according to the American Cancer Society, it kills approximately 40,920 women yearly in the United States alone.
And she never gave in to sadness.
Last March, I was diagnosed again on my right breast. I had a radical mastectomy for it, so now I'm completely flat. My left breast was removed 12 years ago. I was so used to the single-breasted life, had been featured in
"We are more than just cancer and surviving it."
Most people's journey with cancer is that they don't just stop with their lives. That's always been my thing, I didn't want to get into a hole. If you do, it's very difficult to get out of.When I used to work with
The beauty queen encourages us to "join in the fight to heal our universe."
This year, Philip Stein, the luxury timepiece brand steeped in a wellness-focused philosophy, renews its partnership with the ICanServe Foundation in a shared advocacy to support, educate, and empower women in the fight against breast cancer!The ICanServe Foundation roots itself in the
"Damn. I'm going to miss my boobs."
Damn. I thought. I'm going to miss my boobs. They were pretty good boobs. I was 38 when I first felt a lump, so I got my first mammogram ever, and it didn't show any malignancy, but the breast ultrasound showed a fuzzy
Style for a worthy cause.
The ICanServe Foundation, along with six of the country's most talented designers—JC Buendia, Ito Curata, Cary Santiago, Vania Romoff, Mia Arcenas, and Rosenthal Tee—came together to present Fashion Can Serve 2017, a fundraising show to send this year’s message of hope and
You can support a good cause for every purchase of these valves!
As millennial pink continues to reign supreme as this year's hottest hue, it's only natural that you'd also want to dress up your car in the same shade. Without risking turning your ride into a Barbie mobile, tire company Bridgestone knows exactly what you
Be the change your body needs.
Our biggest trouble with breast cancer is that most of us are not sure how we can avoid it. The disease is too common in women that it rings familiar enough for us to ignore its severity. For some, it takes the
Crisann Celdran of ICanServe Foundation opens up about why you should get yourself checked.
The majority of women with breast cancer will be diagnosed over the age of 50. Statistics show that only five percent of all cases occur in women under 40. Generally, it is very rare to be diagnosed in your 20s unless you
See Heart Evangelista, Karylle, and Megan Young walk for a cause!
Raffles Makati saw the strongest women with their friends and loved ones who support them in every step of the way. The ICanServe Foundation once again held a gathering for a cause in partnership with Philip Stein, staging an auction and runway
By opening up a new hospital wing!
It's no secret that millions fall prey to the big C, but did you know that breast cancer is the most curable form of cancer? Early detection is the key, and you can do a self-exam right in the convenience of your
Featuring Rajo Laurel, Randy Ortiz, Vania Romoff, and more!
Celebrating 21 years in the industry, local brand Plains & Prints teams up with ICanServe Foundation, an organization dedicated to support breast cancer patients and survivors. Plains & Prints brought together a capsule collection called Heart of Fashion, gathering five of the
Call it self-love.
"Damn, I’m going to miss my boobs. They were pretty good boobs,” Rita Nazareno told herself at 38, after finding out that she had stage 2B cancer.In the Philippines, most women don’t perform routine self-exams because they do not know how, because
Socioeconomic status has something to do with it.
You've probably wondered why guys in general prefer big boobs to small ones. Well, here's an interesting fact that will satisfy your curiosity. Two studies were conducted to find out the reason behind this and what factors are related to this preference. The first research showed
Take this 3-step self examination today!
October is breast cancer awareness month. If you don't have time to schedule a doctor's appointment, there's another way to check yourself without getting cold feet. This three-step self examination is an easy and smart way to stay conscious and aware of
A cancer survivor shares how the disease fortified her fashion choices.
Ed's note: To advocate awareness for breast cancer this October, Preview talks to four women who have battled against it and won—one of them is Zacarias creative director Rita Nazareno. Below is her inspiring story on how she saw fashion as an
In a fight against breast cancer, we believe that #fashioncanserve.
While the lovely ladies clad in purple bathed in perfume at Valkyrie, Raffles Makati was blossoming in pink filled with beautiful, strong-willed women united for a cause. Made possible by a collaboration between breast cancer support network, ICanServe Foundation, and Marie France, an