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Welcome to The Augusta Chronicle's We Think Pink in Augusta website! Here you'll find inspiring stories of cancer survivors and information on resources and events throughout the area.

Each year, The Augusta Chronicle works to raise awareness of the fight against breast cancer with a visual show of support in our annual "pink" paper edition on October 1. Yes, it's actually pink!

We hope you'll join us in the support of this important cause!

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Brave little girl talks about her cancer diagnosis and treatment

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Living with her family history

Earnestine Johnson's mother had been diagnosed with breast cancer in 1983 and died from it. So when Johnson felt a lump one day in 2006 she had a pretty good idea what it was.

Breast cancer survivor, mentor Pam Anderson leaves huge legacy

For many breast cancer patients since she helped found the Breast Health Center at University Hospital in 2000, Pam Anderson has been the first person breast cancer patients see after diagnosis.

Discovering disease capped tough stretch for breast cancer survivor

Breast cancer was just one more thing Judy Reddick had to deal with when she was diagnosed in late 2007.

Breast cancer survivor sought help from higher power after discovering disease

After learning she had breast cancer in 1996, Connie Clifford called friends and family and asked to be put on as many prayer lists as possible.

Breast cancer survivor discovered disease from mammogram

In 2010, Joyce Lewis visited a mobile mammography unit, and it detected something on her right breast. A visit to the imaging center picked up on a small mass, and a biopsy confirmed cancer.

Georgia Regents University research targets most difficult breast cancer

Georgia Regents University Cancer Center are zeroing in on some of the most difficult breast cancers because of the lack of good therapies and the higher prevalence of some in the Augusta area.
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