Community recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Wood-Ridge cheerleaders had pink pom poms for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Credits Faith C. Ballantine-Armonaitis

Wood-Ridge cheerleaders had pink pom poms for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Credits Faith C. Ballantine-Armonaitis

It's "whatever they feel comfortable with", Martin said. But what little cruel tricks might be facing those women just down the road. The campaign also offers information and support to those affected by breast cancer. Clearing some myths about cancer, Das said, "I was saved as the cancer was detected early".

FMI: The report, Breast Cancer Statistics, is published along with its consumer-oriented companion publication, Breast Cancer Facts & Figures, every two years by the ACA to describe the latest trends in breast cancer incidence, deaths and screening. "The battle has not been won", she says.

"I thought I had my life all figured out".

"We want to bring cancer awareness to women and see the need to have mammograms done", Burnet County extension agent Linda Ware said.

"There are officers like us that are wearing them but we're pushing other officers who may not have heard about it or are not doing it".

With their passion, the Real Men Wear Pink supporters can have a huge impact on the mission to end breast cancer.

Elizabeth, who is now starring on E!'s The Royals, has been out promoting breast cancer awareness in full force since the beginning of October. This great sponsored by Mark Twain Medical Center & The Mark Twain Health Care District. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the walks begin at 9. There were 100 in attendance previous year and Johnson is hoping to double that.

"The three-dimensional images allow board certified radiologists to examine the breast tissue one layer at a time, so fine details are more visible and no longer hidden by the tissue above or below", said Alison Boerner, director of radiology at St. Vincent Anderson. "It's mostly the people on day shift and we started Monday", Pizzuti said. While the cushion's grip-like surface holds the breast tissue in place, the patient is more comfortable and as a result more relaxed. In a positive way. Her husband jumped on board to make a change.

New evidence supports the idea that the brain works with the lymphatic system to remove waste and defend against diseases, according to NPR.

'At that time, there was no pink ribbon. She'll also illuminate the Empire State Building in pink this month. "It represents beauty and survivorship, putting a pretty package on an terrible disease". We're smarter. We're more committed to research, treatment and cures. "So much more has to be done to fund research - the right kind of research".

Latest News