RPPD Selling Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirts

Getting together Liz beamed widely for cameras beside Breast Cancer survivors Sally Broom Natalie Coombs Paula Beetlestone and Annette Jackson at the bash

A pink reminder to be aware of risks of breast cancer

The Greenville Women's League is hosting its largest annual fundraiser, Bunco for Breast Cancer on October 19th.

If you can't afford insurance right now and don't have it, you can get a free breast cancer screening at the Manderson Cancer center at DCH on the 16th. And now he's added more to his long list of celeb faces with Frankie Bridge supporting the campaign (along with her super cute new blonde pixie crop) Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden, and models Carmen Electra and Cora Corre joining forces alongside many more influential women to support the cause.

They believe it could help to reduce the number of women required to undergo a mastectomy by around a third. Even though breast cancer affects men as well, less than 1% of all breast cancer develops in males. However, the most significant risk factors are being a woman and age.

The study suggested the number of women with BRCA1 and 2 mutations who now choose to have a mastectomy could reduce by a third - from 50% to about 36%.

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In support of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Roselle Park Police Department (RPPD) - in conjunction with Roselle Park PBA Local 27 - is selling t-shirts to the public. There will be a special t-shirt for the first 50 breast cancer survivors that check in at the event.

Mr Balfour said: "Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in Scotland - unfortunately most people know of someone affected by this bad disease".

Evans and his team have been working with researchers at Cambridge University, along with members from the USA, Australia and Europe to examine samples from 60,000 women.

Tickled Pink for Asda have worked together to raise money for the past 21 years, and this year they've collaborated with mega photographer, Rankin.

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