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Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Click to support free mammograms

The Breast Cancer Site was developed to raise money for mammograms for women who cannot afford them. Early detection saves lives. So visit the site and click the big pink button.

The advertisers donate money in exchange for increased visibility. Click here for more information on how it works. You may also want to support The Hunger Site, The Child Health Site, The Rainforest Site, and The Animal Rescue Site.

You are already on-line, so click now, click daily, help save a life.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Also consider the literacy site (http://www.theliteracysite.com/) and click the red button to donate free books to children. It's new!

Karama said...

Also visit Avon Canada for a quick free way to support work against breast cancer.

Karama said...

This from the American Cancer Society:

Free Mammograms

Rumor:

All of us want to feel like we’re doing something to care for those in need. One email says that by simply clicking on a breast cancer Web site, “a woman gets a free mammogram at no cost to you.” The email says corporate sponsors who advertise on the site pay for the mammograms and that you can click on the site only once.

Fact:

In fact, this is not a scam, and the email is, for the most part, accurate. However, it takes not one click but tens of thousands to pay for each mammogram. And you are not limited to one click total, but one click per day. It’s important to note that the breast cancer site is a for-profit company, not a non-profit charity.

earnest said...

» International Trial Of Novel Breast Cancer Drug
14/12/06 07:03 from Breast cancer blog from medicineworld.org
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A clinical trial of a new targeted breast cancer drug, led by
physicians at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Cancer
Center, has begun enrolling patients. The TEACH (Tykerb
Evaluation After CHemotherapy) trial will investigate ...


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