The (re)Issue

AnaOno Expands to Meijer AnaOno Expands to Meijer
We're thrilled to announce that we are partnering with Meijer to bring our mastectomy bras to stores across the Midwest! This first-of-its-kind collaboration integrates our designs into Meijer's Tranquil & True line, making post-surgery intimate apparel more accessible than ever. 
Relievvr & AnaOno Collaboration Relievvr & AnaOno Collaboration
The Relievvr is a cutting-edge post-operative device that targets discomfort through controlled vibrations. Its design is intuitive and user-friendly, ensuring that individuals can tailor the relief to their unique needs.  The Relievvr device is designed to work seamlessly with our bras. This compatibility ensures that the device stays in place, providing consistent relief where it's needed the most.
Early Signs of Breast Cancer Early Signs of Breast Cancer
Breast cancer can present itself in a variety of ways, so where one individual may experience multiple symptoms, others may only experience one, and others still may experience no symptoms at all.
Breast Tissue Density Breast Tissue Density
According to the American Cancer Society, when a breast has less fat than it does fibrous and glandular tissue, it can be difficult to see the fibrous and glandular tissues through the mammogram’s imaging. When this is the case, the breast tissue is usually recorded as being “dense.” So, when you see the term “dense breast tissue” on a mammogram report, it means that the breast imaging isn’t as clear as it should be because the breast doesn’t have much fat.
Why You Need a Pocketed Bra Why You Need a Pocketed Bra
A pocketed bra is a type bra that is designed for those who have undergone mastectomies. These specialty bras feature fabric pockets sewn on the inside of the bra cups. 
Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day

In 1998, a federal law went into place that provides protections to patients who choose to have breast reconstruction in connection with a mastectomy. Even though the Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act (WHCRA) has been around for nearly 20 years, we are contacted far too often by women wishing they had the choice to reconstruct, or knew that they even had the option following their mastectomy.