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With every The Company Store® sports towel purchase from now until October 31, 2018, we will donate $5 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

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For the third year in a row, we are proud to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) with its mission to prevent and cure breast cancer through the advancement of the world’s most promising cancer research. Since 1993, BCRF has been involved in every major breakthrough in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship, making it the highest rated breast cancer organization in the U.S. With this research, we are one step closer to saving lives and limiting the effects of a disease that has impacted so many individuals, families, and communities around the world. We are stronger together in our fight against cancer. Help us support the cause by purchasing our exclusive sports towel. With every purchase, The Company Store® will donate $5 to Breast Cancer Research.

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Get Inspired by Our Breast Cancer Warriors

Anna Crollman

Anna Crollman

I never thought I’d hear my name and cancer in the same sentence, but here I am.

Being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 27 hit me like a ton of bricks. One minute I was a newlywed planning a family and the next I was planning for a double mastectomy, chemotherapy, and 5+ years of hormone-blocking treatment. Cancer took control and we were just along for the ride. However, the more educated we became, the more power we were able to reclaim. I didn’t have a choice about whether to lose my breasts or my hair, but I could control how I approached the situation. I decided to approach my journey with positivity and self-love.

Early into my treatment, I felt isolated, alone, and frustrated by the lack of resources available for young women facing a cancer diagnosis. Cancer in your 20s is unique. I saw the need for a community and resources to address those gaps such as changes to intimacy, family planning, working through treatment, mental side effects, and how to dress your changing body.

I founded my blog My Cancer Chic to share my first-hand knowledge and help other young women feel less alone throughout the cancer experience. My goal is to inspire young women to face adversity with strength, self-confidence, and style.

Cancer temporarily destroyed my plans for the future, but it also helped me find a new direction in life. To heal and learn how to thrive, I was forced to confront my insecurities and redefine my self-worth beyond the physical. I am now immensely proud of the woman that I have become. I am grateful to be able to use my experience and passion to give young women hope for a life beyond breast cancer filled with joy and self-confidence. Follow Anna's journey at @mycancerchic

Paige Moore

Paige More

I honestly wasn’t expecting to use my diagnosis to form such an empowering and inspiring movement—but that’s exactly what ended up happening.

After testing positive for the BRCA genetic mutation, I turned to the internet to try to find some answers and support. When I came up empty-handed, only finding stories of heartache and negativity, I felt like the only young woman in the world facing the risk of breast cancer with an attitude full of optimism and empowerment. I knew that I had to take my life into my own hands and do everything in my power to prevent getting breast cancer before it came—like it did for so many other women in my family. This determination propelled me to undergo a preventative double mastectomy in 2017.

After feeling completely alone while going through this life-changing decision, I turned to Instagram to document my health and wellness journey in the hopes of helping others. Since the creation of my Instagram account and brand, I am grateful to say I have helped tens of thousands of women deal with the diagnoses in their own lives—whether that be the BRCA mutation, breast cancer, or a cancer diagnosis for a loved one. What started as meet-ups became what is now known as The Breasties, an official 501(c)(3) cofounded by me and three of my other Breasties. Together, we put together free events and free weekend wellness retreats for women who have been affected by breast cancer all over the world. Follow Paige's journey at @paige_previvor

Ashley Armstrong

Ashley Armstrong

The night before my double mastectomy, I did my first handstand—fearing that the surgery would leave me unable to ever do one again.

A frightening breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 34 threatened to strip me of the athletic ability I had carefully cultivated over a decade of daily yoga practice.

To my surprise, the practice I feared losing was precisely the tool I needed to heal. Through yoga, I found the strength to recover from the surgeries, the patience to learn how to accept my new body, and the resilience to keep moving forward despite the physical and psychological setbacks cancer inflicted.

Now, I am not just surviving, but thriving. Although the uncertainty of cancer always looms in the back of my mind, I have found purpose in inspiring breast cancer survivors to live beyond their diagnoses through an integrated approach to fitness, wellness, nutrition, and self-care.

When it comes to breast cancer, I believe that what we need isn’t more awareness, but more education. I advocate for breast cancer research and support the organizations that focus on cancer prevention and metastatic cancer treatment.

Until science is able to deliver cures, metastatic breast cancer will continue to claim lives. But, there is one powerful and proven way a breast cancer survivor can reduce the risk of recurrence, and that is exercise. So if you’re looking for me, you’ll find me on my yoga mat—still practicing that handstand. Follow Ashley's journey at @breastcanceryogi

Danielle Tropsa

Danielle Tropsa

I am Danielle Tropsa, a 31-year-old woman living in New York City, and loving life every moment I get. I am also a breast cancer survivor!

For the past year, I have been battling Invasive Breast Cancer, and I was officially diagnosed with Stage 1, hormone positive, HER2 negative cancer on October 13th, 2017. Within a month of my diagnosis, I underwent a double mastectomy surgery with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

When I first saw the results of the procedure I was a bit shocked, to be honest. I was unable to spare my nipples, since the tumors were too close on my right side. However, as time passed, I was able to see how incredibly strong my body is. Now, I affectionately call them “Barbie Boobs” and believe my scars and nipple-less breasts are a sign of my strength.

After recovering from my mastectomy, I was informed that I needed additional treatment which involved chemotherapy. Because of my age at the time of my diagnosis (30 years old), physicians tend to take more aggressive measures with treatment. After freezing my eggs for preservation (since chemo can do a number on your reproductive organs), I endured eight rounds of CMF Chemotherapy. Luckily this treatment regimen did not cause me to lose all of my hair, but the other side effects were tough.

After chemotherapy was complete, I started a hormone therapy called Tamoxifen, which I will need to take daily for the next 10 years. This medication helps block hormones from feeding any possible leftover cancer cells. Unfortunately, with breast cancer, we are never cured (yet!). There can be absolutely no signs of the disease, which is the case for me and I am so incredibly grateful. I will be monitored for the rest of my life, and I am going to do everything in my power to make that a long and beautiful life. Cancer has shown me I am so much stronger than I realized. It also has given me a level of gratitude and perspective that many don’t find in their lifetime. For that, I am grateful. Even though it remains scary and unknown, it reminds me how every breath is a blessing and to live my life as full out as possible! Follow Danielle's journey at @wears_trops