Famous Breast Cancer Survivors Who Continue to Inspire Us

Elias Hubbard
October 9, 2019

Matt Smith's NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle entry will go pink in October to support Breast Cancer Awareness.

"I literally felt like my world was collapsing", Jeanne Pangaribuan recounted the moment when she was diagnosed with late Stage II breast cancer in 2010. The prestigious organization also noted the disease tends to affect Latina women at a younger age and is more aggressive than in many other populations. The app was developed by city-based charity Ushalakshmi Breast Cancer Foundation.

Pamper yourself with this cherry almond hand cream and donate to BCA at the same time.

"We all must stand united to break these social taboos and stigmas in Pakistan, she urged, adding, it may take very long for us to discuss these issues openly and get optimum results".

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual worldwide campaign to educate people about the disease and raise money for research, prevention and treatment leading to a cure.

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