Author: Alisha Evans

AiRS Board Member and Professional Partner, Dr. Jonathan Bank speaks to Cancer Wellness about why surgeries are getting cancelled due to Covid-19

Dr. Jonathan Bank discusses why medical facilities are cancelling cancer surgeries to protect patients during the pandemic. “Still, learning you have cancer and delaying surgical treatment for that cancer can be a lot for one person to mentally and emotionally grapple with, especially during a time when the world at large has changed so dramatically. […]

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AiRS Founder Janet Denlinger featured on northjersey.com

Gratitude. That was the feeling that propelled Janet Denlinger and longtime friend and business partner Morgan Hare to found the AiRS Foundation, which is dedicated to helping women who have undergone mastectomies. “If you have everything you ever wanted in your life, you need to share that bounty of life with other people,” says Denlinger, who […]

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AiRS Spokesperson Allyn Rose encourages self exams in an interview with Shape

Allyn Rose was only 26 years old when she underwent a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction. But she didn’t choose these procedures because of a breast cancer diagnosis. She chose them as a preventative measure after losing her mom, grandmother, and great aunt to the disease. This was just the beginning of her journey of breast cancer advocacy. To achieve that goal, Allyn […]

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Asia Carter shares with Better Homes & Gardens how “It’s Ok to Ask for Help”

When I was first diagnosed, the biggest challenge was accepting help. While I was getting treated, I lost my job and ran through my savings. I found out about the AiRS Foundation, which gives financial aid to women who can’t afford reconstruction; they paid for my surgeries. Being honest with others and myself helped me through […]

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