Breast Cancer Awareness

For more information on breast cancer and(or) how you can help raise awareness, please visit the following websites:

National Cancer Institute

BreastCancer.Org

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8 thoughts on “Breast Cancer Awareness

  1. Great post BW. I know quite a family members and friends that have been affected by cancer. Way too many to list. It’s a horrible disease. And it’s very hard to watch someone you love suffering from it.

  2. A cousin of mine was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004 and thank heavens, she caught it in its early stages. Cancer in any form is heartbreaking. As you know, BW, my mom died from Non-small cell lung cancer, and watching her slowly waste away was the worst thing I’ve ever witnessed. And I wouldn’t wish this on my worst enemy.

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