Monday, September 29, 2014

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Recently, a friend of mine went in for her routine mammogram. What happened next wasn't so routine: they saw a shadow. A few tests later, and she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Thankfully, it was caught in the very early stages, and after a few weeks of pinpoint radiation therapy, she's good to go.

Another acquaintance wasn't so lucky, and she's just finished her most recent round of chemo.

And by the way, it's not just women who need to be aware - men are at risk, too.

Fact is, almost all of us know a cancer survivor (or perhaps one who didn't). This year, I'm participating in the American Cancer Society's annual walk to raise money for research. You can help with your pledge. The walk is in a few weeks, and I'd appreciate your help. It's pretty easy - just click here to help make a difference.

Thank You!
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