BREAST

Making the Little Things Count: Local Organization Helps Breast Cancer Fighters

That's where Pink It Forward comes in...they think about the details

FARGO, N.D. — When you are fighting a life threatening disease, the little things can make all the difference. That’s exactly what Pink It Forward is doing. One in every eight women will develop breast cancer. “In some way we are all affected by breast cancer,” said Shannon Tjaden, the United States of American Mrs. North Dakota. But it’s not…

“A Cause For Cassie” Raises Money for Woman Battling Breast Cancer

Cassie Kraft still has several more rounds of chemotherapy

FARGO, N.D. —┬áPeople gathered at Slammers Sports Bar to raise money for a woman battling breast cancer. Cassie Kraft, who has a family history of cancer, was recently diagnosed and has several more rounds of chemotherapy and surgery. Funds raised from the silent auction will help pay for her medical bills. The organization “Lend a Hand Up” is also matching…

Army Veteran Accuses Sen. Franken of Groping Her During Photo Op

The Senator is not commenting in person

NATIONAL — An Army veteran is the latest woman to accuse Sen. Al Franken of groping her in December 2003 while she was deployed in Kuwait. She claims the Minnesota Democrat cupped her breast during a photo op. The Senator is not commenting in person. “My office has put out a statement and I’m looking forward to fighting this terrible…

Pink It Forward Given Generous Donation by Power of 100

Pink It Forward received nearly $14,000 from the Power of 100 Women Who Care of the Red River Valley

FARGO, ND — An organization made up of Breast cancer survivors is on the receiving end of a generous donation. Pink It Forward received nearly $14,000 from the Power of 100 Women Who Care of the Red River Valley. The mission of Pink It Forward is to provide hope and empowerment by enriching the lives of all those affected by…