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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Top National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Articles

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  • Gayle on the Go for Saturday, Oct. 20

    Saturday @ 10am 7th Annual Taste of Soul Family Festival Crenshaw Boulevard Between Stocker & Rodeo Road Los Angeles 323 299 3800 www.tasteofsoul.org This is the LARGEST street fair in Los Angeles! Enjoy activities for the entire family, some of the...
  • Stories of Hope: Facing Breast Cancer

    Stories of Hope: Facing Breast Cancer
    Every year in October we remember Breast Cancer Awareness Month but this year there are some new, exciting findings in research, treatment and detection. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women.  One in every eight women here will...
  • Dogs race for breast cancer Saturday

    Palm Beach Kennel Club will hold its finale to Breast Cancer Awareness Month Saturday afternoon.         Throughout October, the Kennel Club has been selling “On Track To Beat Cancer” T-Shirts and bracelets for $20 and $1, respectively,...
  • Does it Work ? Ta-ta-too's

    Does it Work ? Ta-ta-too's
    In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, We’re testing out some temporary tattoos for your ta-ta’s.  What ? www.tatatoos.com What are ta•ta•toos®? That's a simple question with an easy answer: temporary tattoos for your...
  • New 3-D Mammogram Unveiled To Kick Off Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    New 3-D Mammogram Unveiled To Kick Off Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    It takes seconds for Dr. Laurie Margolies to detect breast cancer. As the chief of imaging at the Dubin Breast Cancer Center at Mt. Sinai Hospital, she analyzes patients mammograms every day. "It's saving lives every single day," said Margolies. What...
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month awareness (not a typo)

    Breast Cancer Awareness Month awareness (not a typo)
    The following is inspired by a bunch of bitching on Twitter, as well as a really crappy week. You’ve been warned. Monday night’s Bears-Cowboys game was peppered with pink flashes across the field: cleats, flags, pole wraps, hats, sweatbands,...
  • Colts announce plans for CHUCKSTRONG campaign

    Colts announce plans for CHUCKSTRONG campaign
    INDIANAPOLIS – Last week, the Indianapolis Colts announced plans to turn pink during the month of October as a part of the NFL’s “A Crucial Catch” campaign to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Monday, another form of...
  • Colts honor Coach Pagano with CHUCKSTRONG campaign

    Colts honor Coach Pagano with CHUCKSTRONG campaign
    The Indianapolis Colts are giving fans an opportunity to show their support for head coach Chuck Pagano, following Monday’s announcement of his leukemia diagnosis. The team announced in addition to focusing on Breast Cancer Awareness Month, they...
  • Friday September 28, 2012

    What to expect at the Hershey Comic Con Festival The Hershey Comic Con Festival is the largest sci-fi/comic/fantasy/movie collection ever held in our area. The event features celebrities from popular films and covers all areas and genres of the arts....
  • Hair's how to go pink

    Hair's how to go pink
    From cut-a-thons to pink styling products and tools, hair's what's hot around South Florida in support of breast cancer charities. Brilliant bristles Shine on with Boca Raton-based KeratinPerfect's Bedazzled Brush. The ball-tipped paddle brush's nylon...
  • 10 things to know about breast cancer

    10 things to know about breast cancer
    Check your expertise during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. 1. A lot of people talk about preventing breast cancer, but the correct term is risk reduction. “We don’t really know how to prevent breast cancer. We know how to reduce...
  • Week 1 high school football picks: Headin' for the mountains

     
    Can't believe another high school football season begins tonight. It was October 1979 -- I was just 18 and four months out of high school when I covered my first game for The Morning Call as a part-timer. That was what -- oh my -- 33 years ago. Where...