Wednesday, October 28, 2009


October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

This disease has touched us all and it is the little things we do that can help make a difference. It hits very close to home for me as my mother is a survivor and we sadly lost her sister to this ugly disease some ten years ago.

Remember to perform self-exams and to call your Dr. if you have any concerns. Early detection does save lives.

If you don't already, please "favorite" and click-a-day to help give free mammograms to those in need. You can also visit to help spread awareness.

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