GAC organises awareness lecture on breast cancer

GAC organises awareness lecture on breast cancer

GAC organises awareness lecture on breast cancer

"This year we made over $1,000 and in years past I would estimate anywhere between $650-$900", said Days Creek Athletic Director Ron Dunn, who's also the head volleyball coach.

For Johnson, 58, it was the first run since she was diagnosed with breast cancer the day after Christmas previous year. She said awareness would lead to early detection.

Dubai Customs' headquarters and customs centres turned pink as an expression of solidarity with women who have breast cancer around the world.

Cities across the country hold walks each year to raise money for local cancer programs and research.

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HARTFORD -4000 people went out to the XL center for the 24th Annual Making Strides against breast cancer walk.

Yet that kind of language implies that when a patient is diagnosed, her (or his) happiness hinges on the success of treatment. "We are like the kids sitting back in the back of the classroom getting an F, and it is hard to walk into stores and see everything pink".

"If you don't have the financial means to have a mammogram done, OCH Breast Center can offer some free assistance for you", says nurse practitioner Nancy Ashford. The participants got opportunity to know more about the breast cancer and its causes and methods of prevention.

Shonda Davis, the mistress of ceremonies, won her fight against breast cancer. She finally finished taking her medication a year ago. Her mother passed first in 2002.

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Hernandez credits her faith in God with helping her survive the seven years since she was first diagnosed with breast cancer.

"Cancer affects so many people", Kruzic said. "He treated every day as if he was going to live".

"It's a very rewarding feeling and a very bittersweet passion, actually a very bittersweet commitment because I lost a friend to breast cancer", she said, "and I don't ever want to lose another friend to breast cancer again".

Nicole Karlis is a news writer at Salon whose writing has appeared in Marie Claire, the New York Times, the Bold Italic, and other publications.

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