Griffith bridge lights up in pink for fight against breast cancer

Henrietta Strickland
October 10, 2018

A local CrossFit gym is doing its part to help support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here Are a Few Associated Risk Factors! Or you can simply make a donation to the American Cancer Society. Proceeds will help support early detection, education, support services and research for those affected by breast cancer. While not all lumps are necessarily cancerous but they do require immediate medical attention.

Smith encourages women to get screened for breast cancer during October.

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

Breast cancer and prostate cancer are the most common cancers in men and women in the United Kingdom, with 334 women diagnosed with breast cancer and 327 men diagnosed with prostate cancer in Mid-Sussex (Horsham and Crawley) each year.

Dr Sandeep also shared a few ways that can help us prevent breast cancer.

The campaign will target women aged 45-69, reminding women not to delay and book today a screening appointment at one of the three dedicated screening suites, at Al Wakra, Leabaib and Rawdat Al Khail Health Centers, by calling the call center at 8001112.

University of Wyoming Cowboy fans have the opportunity to participate in Breast Cancer Awareness Month as well.

Healthy lifestyle- Young women are advised to lead a healthy lifestyle that comprises of healthy eating, physical activities, and a controlled weight. To find out more about the Women's Wellness Connection, and to see if you qualify for free breast and cervical cancer screenings, call Ashley Gonzalez at SJBPH at 970-335-2015 or visit https://sjbpublichealth.org/sexualhealthclinic/ for more information. My aunt was diagnosed with cancer in the early 2000's when her four girls were very little.

My aunt Pam and I Christmas Eve 2016, two years after her recovery from cancer. Various studies have claimed that smoking may cause breast cancer. "There will also be an interactive board so people at Tech can come write the name of a loved one that has either passed away or is going through breast cancer just to kind of remember them".

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