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!

The Lydia Project is an organization that provides support for women facing any type of cancer anywhere in the world. Their support comes in many forms including a handmade tote filled with encouraging items and even financial assistance for rent, utilities and prescriptions for women living in Aiken, Burke, Columbia and Richmond Counties

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



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Comedian to perform for We Think Pink breast cancer benefit

Comedian and author Anita Renfroe will be guest speaker at Wednesday's We Think Pink Banquet, which raises money and awareness for breast cancer research.

Boutiques help women restore their appearance during breast cancer treatment

Women undergoing chemotherapy and breast cancer treatment find help to restore their appearance at places such as Image Boutique at Georgia Health Sciences University's Cancer Center.

Grovetown man survives breast cancer, advocates early detection in men

Anyone who talks to Cecil Herrin for more than a couple of minutes learns he has been through what many men can't fathom: breast cancer.

More Than Skin Deep: Coping with hair loss during chemotherapy

I have had many clients over the years go though breast cancer treatments, some more extensive than others. You think you look terrible, but you have a glow.

Breast cancer patient's successful surgery tempered by gene mutation

Breast cancer patient Renee Hinson's successful surgery was tempered by the news that she carries the BRCA2 gene mutation, which puts her at much higher risk for ovarian cancer.

Gene mutation puts family at high risk of breast cancer

Anisha Burkett doesn’t have breast cancer, but she already has an oncologist following her. The 27-year-old mother carries a genetic mutation that makes it virtually certain she will get it.