Published: Tue, October 30, 2018
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400 make challenging walk in Pink Phit Phabulous event

400 make challenging walk in Pink Phit Phabulous event

"If they're under 40 and they have a lump or a problem, we can help them".

"Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey" has a gold sponsor located in Lower Merion Township.

As a key part of its commitment to corporate social responsibility, Dubai Customs has been actively engaged in the worldwide breast cancer awareness campaigns for the last five years, with more than 1,000 women employees having benefitted.

"We are so grateful for the generous support of Medical Alert", said Donald Carlino, Director of Regional Corporate Relations for American Cancer Society. Dr. Sajeeda, consultant radiologist at Vijaya Medical Centre, who participated in the run, said nearly 20% of women were suffering from breast cancer and underlined the need for preventive care by undertaking regular check-up.

Dr Rohini Patil, one of the leading city Gynaecologists was one of the lucky few who self detected her breast cancer 16 years ago.

The annual American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk starts at 2 p.m. on Sunday at Chattanooga State, 4501 Amnicola Highway. "Something we can give back to our community". The risk is as high as one in 10 women who will get breast cancer in their lifetime. The grant is through United Memorial Medical Center, she said.


"This event is all about raising some funds, definitely having some fun and getting together and celebrating why we want to make sure we save more New Zealand women", Morrison told the Herald. She finally finished taking her medication past year. She was happy to celebrate the 20 anniversary of her breast cancer awareness efforts.

When she was first diagnosed in 2007, she recalled nurses spoke positively about her prognosis.

Hernandez credits her faith in God with helping her survive the seven years since she was first diagnosed with breast cancer. "He treated every day as if he was going to live".

"Cancer affects so many people", Kruzic said.

MacGregor said her goal isn't to "tear down the pink stage", but to bring more awareness to the search to find a cure or a way to extend the lives of those with metastatic breast cancer.

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