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    The International Women's day we wanted to take the time and highlight our all women staff here at AnaOno. We are proud to say that we are a strong women team, who believe in our company because we want to be the ones to help you through your times of trouble.

    Lymphedema is a buildup of lymph fluid in your fatty tissues, just under your skin. The buildup can cause swelling and discomfort at times. Often times, lymphedema occurs in the arms or legs, but can also happen in the breasts, neck, trunk, abdomen or genitals. 

    It is important to understand that at time lymphedema can cause severe or serious problems that can lead to long term or chronic conditions. The earlier you catch it and carefully manage it, can really help reduce your symptoms and help keep if from getting any worse. 

    Giving yourself a self-exam or regularly examining your breasts can be a very important way to find breast cancer early. The earlier it’s found, the easier it could be to treat. In addition to self-exams, early screening methods can also increase your odds for early detection.  
    Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the world, with more and more people being diagnosed every year. Detection methods for breast cancer and treatments are improving, however that does not mean that being treated or surviving breast cancer means that you don’t have to live with the disease anymore. Almost every person that has been treated for breast cancer will experience physical and emotional effects, which are often long-lasting and can sometimes be severe. Awareness to these effects is so important, so more people know about them, know what to expect about them and know how to manage them for efficiently.  
    Introducing the new Lori Goldstein x AnaOno collection to you. Over the past year I have been working with celebrity stylist and designer Lori Goldstein to design and produce a fun-loving collection to honor the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Community. Triple Negative Breast Cancer really hit home for myself and Lori so we decided to work together to create something to honor and commemorate those that we have lost. We have worked closely with the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation for some time now, and we wanted to make a big contribution to help fund for research towards Triple Negative Breast Cancer. 
    In 1998 The Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act (WHCRA) was put into place as a federal law to protect a patient's right to choose breast reconstruction in connection with a mastectomy; this is now at risk as per the most recent attack on women’s healthcare and benefits as put forth by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

    Black Women and Breast Cancer Disparities | BIPOC. Black women are disproportionately impacted by breast cancer. In recent years, breast cancer has surpassed lung as the most commonly diagnosed cancer, but breast cancer prevention has declined dramatically. In an effort to get some clarity on these disturbing figures, we chatted with Dedmon about cancer disparities for Black women, how to bridge the gap, what screenings to get, and so much more. 


    Before we can think about managing caregiver burnout, it helps to understand what it is and why we feel it. In North America alone, more than 40 million adults experience caregiver burnout, which is a condition described as someone who is feeling overwhelmed physically, emotionally, and mentally as a direct result of the stress and strain of caring for a loved one. 
    The Chrysalis Initiative addresses the individual and institutional knowledge, attitudes and behaviors that impact health outcomes for Black women (and other disparate groups) with breast cancer. The vision of The Chrysalis Initiative is a world in which the color of one's skin does not create a barrier to quality health care.
    We face many inequalities and disparities in our breast cancer community, however being black is one of the deadliest. Your skin color should never negate the right to live. At AnaOno, we recognize these disparities and are advocating for change.
    Because we hate drains so much, and wanted to make the lives of everyone going through a mastectomy as easy as possible, we designed the Miena Robe with a game-changing feature: The Drain Belt. Read along and learn how this one revolutionary design feature will change the way you heal from your mastectomy.
    AnaOno and Amoena are teaming up to help you shape your way, any day. What do we mean? Both Amoena shapers and AnaOno bras are meant for those who’ve had breast surgeries – and we think they’re better together.