Monday, 19 November, 2018

Cruxificion Cited as a Top Breast Cancer Fundraising Team

Wanda will light up the sky pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Pink pumpkins cover campus for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Melissa Porter | 19 October, 2018, 23:01

"Breast cancer affects so many people in our area so I hope that everybody in Tynemouth constituency will get involved this October and support this very important cause".

From left are Nancy Tyler, Sara DeSanto, Carolyn Handville and Karen Reynnells.

Walk-ins will be accommodated as able. "I had signed up at around the same time that she was diagnosed with breast cancer and we formed a little team".

This year's "Human Pink Ribbon" will be formed at ConnextCare Pulaski 61 Delano St., beginning at 10 a.m. In 2017, they provided more than 4,900 mammograms to local women.

"Size of the tumor is part of the breast cancer staging system and it is important", said breast surgical oncologist Dr. Catherine Parker, assistant professor in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Division of Surgical Oncology and associate scientist in the experimental therapeutics program at the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center. With the money, the BCRF is taking practical steps to eradicate breast cancer.

In recent years, though, another color has established itself in the October color palette - pink - which has become a symbol of the fight against breast cancer.

"For the mathematically minded, if we know that A=B+C, and if we know C and A, then we can estimate B", explained Mariotto. The earlier breast cancer is found, the more likely it can be treated.

Science carried out at The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) underpinned the development of PARP inhibitors for women with BRCA-mutant breast and ovarian cancer.

"I'm supporting Breast Cancer Now because of the scientific research they do".

Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of mortality among patients suffering from cancer worldwide. The American Cancer Society reported that women with stage zero or stage one breast cancer have close to a 100 percent five-year survival rate, which is defined as the "percentage of people who live at least five years after being diagnosed with cancer".

Meanwhile, a public awareness seminar on "Breast Cancer, their prevention and early detection in Females" was held on Wednesday at auditorium of CMC Larkana.

In order to increase women's participation in Breast Cancer screening, tackling the identified barriers and capitalizing on the facilitators, policies, campaigns and programs can work toward tailoring awareness-raising campaigns and adopting more personalized communication and messaging with women while increasing engagement of family members and community-based organizations. In fact, mammograms have been shown to improve survival rates by 35% in women over the age 50. "It is projected that more than 266,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed this year".

"Exercise can affect the biology in the body that can reduce risk".

"Fifteen years ago I might have died, but these days there are so many treatment options to keep women like me alive".

"I'm finding many women in their 40s with breast cancer", reports Heckathorn.