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ROSEVILLE – Before she died of breast cancer, Joe Messina's wife told him to follow his dream of opening a restaurant. Before he died of colon cancer, Becky's Even as the cancer spread, Becky's husband was searching the Internet to find someone who

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Before she died of breast cancer, Joe Messina’s wife told him to follow his dream of opening a restaurant. Before he died of colon cancer, Becky’s husband told her it was OK to find a new family. And that is the story behind Joe’s Family Restaurant in Roseville: two people, left widowed by cancer, who came together to raise a family and build something new. “It was a hard time,” said Joe, who had found himself alone with four young children to raise after his wife’s death about four years ago. “But my wife always said I should go for it, and I saw it as a good way to raise a family and follow my dream at the same time. After a year of good sales, Joe was able to save enough money to buy a food truck, and he spent another two years hunched over in the heat and smell of oil, handing homemade meals through the truck’s window to customers on the street. Around that time, Becky was at the bedside of her dying husband. “My husband always knew, even then, that I wanted to be in a family,” she said. Even as the cancer spread, Becky’s husband was searching the Internet to find someone who could help his wife. By chance, he came across Joe on an Internet forum for cancer outreach. Joe, who had seen his own spouse die of cancer. Joe, who was out there building a life all on his own. Joe, who was raising a family. “That’s how we met,” Becky said. “My own kids were already grown and out on their own, and I got to meet Joe and his kids, and I saw that maybe what they needed was a mother figure in their lives. Joe was there when Becky’s husband was close to the end. And he was with Becky as they drove home from the cemetery, Becky then walking into Joe’s house and never leaving. “We got married a few months later,” Becky said. Sometimes it can be difficult for the kids, who catch themselves calling Becky “mom” from time to time. “But I always try to make sure the kids are open to talking about their mother,” she said. We go to the cemetery once a week, every Sunday, and sometimes I go out with them, and sometimes I just wait in the car, letting them have their time alone with her at the grave. It was a sad and unusual way for a family to come together, she admits, but when they opened up the restaurant last month, it seemed like maybe they had found a kind of peace. The kids come in for breakfast each morning as Joe cooks up bacon and eggs in the kitchen, with Becky filling mugs of coffee for the early crowd at the counter. They live in a house next door and see the restaurant as an extension of their home. So even though the food is made in a restaurant — subs and Italian pasta, burgers and steak, pork chops and baked chicken — the family knows they eat a home-cooked meal every night for dinner. “I can honestly say, this is something I’ve always dreamed of,” Joe said, pausing to look around at the tables and booths of his own restaurant, the ceiling fans spreading the smell of fresh bread through the dining room.

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Pink Ribbon Blues: How Breast Cancer Culture Undermines Women's Health
Pink Ribbon Blues: How Breast Cancer Culture Undermines Women's Health
Published by Oxford University Press 2010
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Medical sociologist Gayle A. Sulik reveals the hidden costs of the pink ribbon as an industry, one in which breast cancer functions as a brand name with a pink ribbon logo. Based on historical and ethnographic research, analysis of awareness campaigns and advertisements, and hundreds of interviews, Pink Ribbon Blues shows that while millions walk, run, and purchase products for a cure, cancer rates continue to rise, industry thrives, and breast cancer is stigmatized anew for those who reject the pink ribbon model. Even as Sulik points out the flaws of "pink ribbon culture," she outlines the positives and offers alternatives. The paperback includes a new Introduction investigating Susan G. Komen for the Cure and a color insert with images of, and reactions to, the pinking of breast cancer.



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Breast Cancer Awareness for Research Funding travel mug
Breast Cancer Awareness for Research Funding travel mug

Biggby Coffee formaley Beaner's gourmet Coffee Is donating $1.00 for every 0ne of these Mugs sold to Cancer research.

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Breast Cancer Awareness for Research Funding travel mug
Breast Cancer Awareness for Research Funding travel mug

I have shot better photos. Biggby Coffee formaley Beaner's gourmet Coffee Is donating $1.00 for every 0ne of these Mugs sold to Cancer research.

Photo by Kalamazoo Richard