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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

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Several years ago, my mother's sorority chapter (Little Rock Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta) hosted a mobile mammogram service so that folks in their community would have greater access to mammogram screening for breast cancer. One of the many women tested, who happened to be a member of the organization, learned that she had breast cancer as a result of that screening. Because of early detection she was able to start treatment and extend her life.

Every day, you have the opportunity to make a similar contribution. The Breast Cancer Site donates free and low-cost mammograms to low-income women in exchange for your clicks. And since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, each click is tripled. So far there have only been enough clicks for 408 mammograms. Click now to help them meet the goal of 750 mammograms.

It takes less than 10 seconds to click the big pink button. Click daily, and give some woman peace of mind or help her get a head start on treating the cancer. Want to spread the word? Use the white envelop below to send this information to your friends. It's such a simple way to make a difference.

Don't forget, women over 40 should have a mammogram every year. Won't you help someone make the appointment that could save her life? Click now, click daily.

"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." - Aristotle

1 comment:

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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