Bright Pink® Empowers Women to Live their Breast Life Year-Round with Breast Health Reminders™

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This October, Bright Pink is empowering women to live their BREAST life with easy ways to proactively manage their breast health.

"Let Bright Pink help you remember and teach you how to give your breasts the attention they deserve with our Breast Health Reminders.”

National breast and ovarian health organization, Bright Pink, is inspiring women during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to take control of their breast health simply by using their phones.

Bright Pink promotes breast and ovarian health year-round through programs that empower women to be their own best health advocates. The organization will amplify its message this October to engage women in signing up for Bright Pink’s Breast Health Reminders, text messages that remind them to check in with their breasts -- not just in October, but on a regular basis.

“Amongst the many things on our to-do lists, taking time to care for YOU is sometimes overlooked. We know that early detection of breast cancer can GREATLY increase chances of survival,” says Bright Pink CEO, Katie Thiede. “So let Bright Pink help you remember and teach you how to give your breasts the attention they deserve with our Breast Health Reminders.”

Bright Pink will be driving women to sign up for this life-saving resource with a robust digital campaign starting Thursday, September 28th including:

Bright Pink will continue enrolling women in Breast Health Reminders and providing educational resources to help women live their breast lives when October comes to an end, to carry forward the organization’s commitment to empower women to put Awareness In Action™.

About Bright Pink
Bright Pink is a national non-profit focused on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. The organization’s mission is to save women’s lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering them to live proactively at a young age. Bright Pink’s innovative programs educate and equip young women to assess their risk for breast and ovarian cancer, reduce their risk, and detect these diseases at early, non life-threatening stages. Launched in the fall of 2016,, provides women comprehensive information about genetic testing and breast and ovarian cancer-influencing mutations. Founded in 2007, Bright Pink strives to reach the 52 million women in the US between the ages of 18-45 with this life-saving education. Put Awareness In Action at

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