Our Mission:

Empower. Educate. Enlighten.

Save lives by educating communities on how to prevent and or navigate a breast cancer diagnosis.

 
 
 
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Our Mission

To Empower, Educate and Enlighten 10+ million women with information and tools too prevent and or navigate a breast cancer diagnosis by creating safe communities within their own community.

The FAB 531™ (more than a) movement where no one impacted by breast cancer is alone and uninformed.

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Empower

They say in life you need one true friend. But isn’t there strength in numbers? Who is to say that five stand-by-you through good times and bad times friends isn’t better? Nowhere is that truer than when it comes to your health. Whether you’re in the best of health or going through a rough patch. Having a team of girlfriends you can count on through thick and thin may be more beneficial than anything you ever do.

We here at FAB 531™ want to help you build deeper connections with your friends, and girlfriends in a mutually beneficial way. With three simple, yet, vitally important steps, you can not only prove how much the bonds of friendship mean to you, but you can help four of your favorite people on the planet take care of their ‘girls’ and live their best lives by making breast health a priority. Just by ensuring that every FAB 5 member are committed to getting their annual mammogram exam and encouraging others to do the same.

SO WHAT’S THE FAB 531™ PLAN?

 

5+

10+ million women

Gather five girlfriends around, and not just any girlfriends… We mean 5 STRONG, BEAUTIFUL hearted Women who will hold you accountable for scheduling your yearly.

 

3+

Serving communities

Three is the number you must have in mind when scheduling your examination. You want to ask for a 3-DIMENSIONAL (3D) Mammogram every year. Check with your health insurer as this is usually a covered exam.

 
 

1+

Impacted lives globally

Annually, no more putting off your MAMMOGRAMS!

This is an annual commitment. Promise yourself , and your FAB 5 (girlfriends) that you will not only schedule your exam, but you will hold each FAB 5 member accountable to schedule and follow through with theirs too.

 
 

Educate

We don’t choose our Passions…they choose US!

Lynne’s story is pretty fascinating in itself. After two mammograms and a biopsy. Lynne was diagnosed with Triple-negative breast cancer. As a triple-negative breast cancer survivor. Lynne’s journey to live allowed her to take on a healthy holistic lifestyle transformation. Especially, after hearing the stats of how 40% of women of color were dying at an elevated rate of curable cancers than any other group of women. Lynne knew she had found her purpose and passion. Lynne knew her journey to live could save other lives. Lynne believes cancer survivors can create a lifestyle free of cancer forever.

My goal is to decrease and/or eradicate curable breast cancer fatality rate for women…(Globally)

 

5 ways to eliminate the 5-year survivor diagnosis reoccurrence:

5 Ways to Eliminate the 5-year Survivor Diagnosis Reoccurrence: Research had shown that hereditary, our environment, poor diet and inactivity are key factors that can double the risk of cancer. Lynne had 5 quick and easy lifestyle tips to create a more balanced lifestyle to boost your immune system and take back control of your life.

 
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