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My name is Chris. I was diagnosed with grade 3 aggressive breast cancer in March 2009. One day when I went to CLAN for a complimentary therapy I met a member of PINK and I went to one of their monthly catch ups.

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Thanks Georgie xx

Thanks Georgie xx

Georgie came along and got us moving in our exercise class. She was great fun and even proved that even if some ladies wanted to stay in the chairs they could exercise too....

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Guest Speaker info this month-Sept 13

Guest Speaker info this month-Sept 13

Information on Shiatsu from Martin-Shiatsu is a Japanese form of massage or acupressure where I try and meet the person on the right level, not unlike a meeting between two friends. We use palms, thumbs, fingers and sometimes elbows to move the energy...

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Bingo May

Bingo May

Thanks to all that supported the BINGO family and friends night. And a huge thank you to Aileen, Kenny and Betty for calling the numbers.

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Zumba Gold

Zumba Gold

Well ! … we had a great catch up last week. Thanks to Gillian our fab Zumba teacher! All ages from ladies in their 30’s to 70’s !!! all really enjoyed themselves.

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How Pink Helped me

How Pink Helped me

I joined Pink shortly after diagnosis of Breast cancer and as my close family and friends were all away from home at the time PINK was a tremendous source of support...

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Chris's Journey

My name is Chris. I grew up in Raheny in Dublin and I have been in Aberdeen for over 14 years. I am happily married with a wonderful 11 year old son Niall. I was diagnosed with grade 3 aggressive breast cancer in March 2009...

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Some Words from our Chairperson

Some Words from our Chairperson

My name is Liz and I was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1998, I had chemo and then a mastectomy. I was just getting my life back to normal when I was diagnosed with kidney cancer and had radical surgery. I was at a very low point and just couldn’t get my head round having another cancer...

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