Breast Cancer Survivor, Giuliana Rancic Talks Fab-U-Wish!

E! News host, Giuliana Rancic, is known for her TV personality, fashion sense, adorable hubby, entrepreneurial skills, upbeat attitude, long legs, family values …(Ok, I could go on but I’ll stop). When she’s not working at E!, opening her new restaurant RMP Italian in Chicago or broadcasting live from the red carpet, (is there anything she can’t do?) she’s organizing a new charity called Fab-U-Wish. “I want to do something like a Make-a-Wish for breast cancer patients so these women can enjoy the things I get to enjoy”, says Giuliana in Michigan Avenue Magazine.

Last December, Rancic publicly announced that she was diagnosed with the early stages of breast cancer. After much thought and deliberation she decided to have a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. Since then, she has beaten breast cancer and wants to make a contribution to other women who are battling the disease.

Fab-U-Wish plans to act like Make-A-Wish but adds a touch of fashion and celebrity pizazz to patients’ wishes, “Everything from ‘I’ve never owned a pair of Louboutins’ to ‘I’ve never met Ryan Gosling,’” she says. Giuliana hopes to launch Fab-U-Wish later this year.

That sounds fabulous to us!

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For more information on Giuliana Rancic’s Fab-U-Wish foundation and how to enter, please visit: Bright Pink

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2 Responses to Breast Cancer Survivor, Giuliana Rancic Talks Fab-U-Wish!

  1. Jennifer Pekala-Parise says:

    On Jan 20th 2012 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I’m a 36 year old single mother of three. Following Giulianna’s experience with cancer has not only been educational for me and helpful in my decision making, I didn’t feel alone. I never asked why because I realized that cancer does not discriminate. So I decided to take care of myself and soon after started to realize all the positives that came from a bad situation. I’m currently going through chemo and go to work with a smile on my face. I’m staying strong for my children and I’m doing well. Id like to thank both Giulianna and Bill for coming out with their story and I admire them for coming up with the fab u wish foundation.

    • admin says:

      Hi Jennifer,

      Thanks for sharing your personal story with us. We believe that your story will help others too, you are truly inspirational! We want to wish you all the best during your treatment and keep up that positive attitude!

      Cleavitz

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