PAZZION supports Breast Cancer Foundation


The flower that blooms in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of all.

In our four-part series celebrating the women who’ve emerged stronger after a battle with breast cancer, we speak to them to find out what are their stories and how they managed to overcome the odds.


Breast Cancer Survivors: Inspirational stories of comfort and support

Meet Amy Neary, a brave survivor in her 40s.  

Having always taken good health for granted, Amy skipped her annual breast cancer screening the year before she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Occupied with other priorities in life, she overlooked the importance of a screening but the wakeup call came at the urging of her friend who was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer.

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8 years after her fight with breast cancer, Lily Chan opens up about her story.

Now in her 50s, Lily shares that she used to be so fixated with work that she neglected her health. When she was diagnosed with breast cancer, her world came crashing down. Fortunately for Lily, she had the support of her loving husband and her family, who gave her much-needed strength in her darkest days.

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Pika Sen led an active lifestyle prior to her breast cancer diagnosis. At age 43, she was diagnosed with stage 2b invasive ductal carcinoma, but fortunately had the support of her family. Her parents, who lived in Australia, selflessly put their lives on hold and moved to Singapore for 8 months to take care of Pika’s children, who were aged 8 and 13 at that time.

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Siti Dzaleha was a working professional at a multinational corporation when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Despite this diagnosis, she believed that cancer was not a death sentence and remained positive.
Siti, who is now in her 40s, has successfully beaten cancer into remission for 5 years now.

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In Support of Breast Cancer Foundation