Friday, 19 October, 2018

Panera Pink Ribbon Bagel Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

WOMEN IN PINK – Thousands of women wearing pink shirts and donning and waving pink balloons join the ‘Moonwalk’ a campaign for early screening and detection of breast cancer through monthly self-examination and mammography. The event was organize Breast Cancer Screening Just May Save Your Life
Gustavo Carr | 10 October, 2018, 03:27

"Usually it is one out of eight women that end up with breast cancer", said West Tennessee Imaging Center Mammography Unit Coordinator Alicia Hamilton. On Thursday 4 October at nightfall, the Prince's Palace of Monaco, the Conseil National de Monaco, The Yacht Club, the Monte-Carlo Casino and Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo began to shine with bright pink lights, in a gesture of support for victims of breast cancer.

Breastfeeding- In the case of mothers, breastfeeding is also known to help reduce the risk of breast cancer.

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women and the second leading cause of cancer death among women. A mammogram helped detect the cancer before it spread.

Tina Milton, easyJet's Director of Cabin Services said: "We are delighted to be launching our onboard collection today for Prostate Cancer UK and Breast Cancer Now".

Previous Breast Cancer Awareness Month concerts sponsored by the hospital include "The Greatness of Mahler", with Gustav Mahler's Fifth Symphony, and "Celebration and Reverence", featuring Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony and a solo by the concertmaster, Emma Rubinstein.

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"Breast cancer is increasing at an alarming rate in India".

Monaco has one of the best breast cancer screening results in the world. Various studies have claimed that smoking may cause breast cancer.

Money raised by passengers and crews will help both charities fund research into prevention, early detection, and treatment of breast and prostate cancer - in turn saving the lives of women and men across the UK.

Gorbett now copes with lymphedema, and is learning to live a new normal, but she is grateful for the outstanding care she has been given throughout the process. She had gone through this surgery right before Christmas time but she still held Christmas Eve with our entire family at her house, showing her incredible strength. "A new thing we did this year is host a cycling class to raise money, and I would have to say I am most excited about that".

Gorbett said for those now battling breast cancer, stay positive and hopeful.