Breast cancer plate marks 10 years, $3 million raised

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An Iranian charity organization is planning on setting up booths to raise awareness about breast cancer concurrent with Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign aimed to offer information and support to those affected by breast cancer.

But, like all things in health, every person is different-and your breast cancer screening recommendations may differ too.

Pink Week, from October 15 to 19, is dedicated to breast cancer awareness, and CAC raise funds by selling T-shirts. She was cancer free for years, but was diagnosed with stage IV in 2015. Special booths have been established in various cities of Tehran, Kashan, Karaj, Urmia, Shahr-e Kord, Mashhad, Dezfoul, Zanjan, Semnan, Qom, Kerman, Amol, Sari, Nour, Saveh, Meybod, Sonqor, and Borujerd.

Slingerland said although younger women are not diagnosed as often, the concern is they're often diagnosed later, leading to more aggressive cancer.

Breast cancer can develop at any time, and the earliest, most effective way to detect the disease is with annual mammograms. One hundred percent of the proceeds will be donated to local breast cancer services and families in need.

In order to improve breast cancer outcomes and survival, early detection is critical.

Suri said early diagnosis through mammography can save lives.

Breast cancer risk is higher among women whose close blood relatives have this disease. Insurance companies generally don't cover the cost of mammograms of women under 40, unless they are deemed high risk, which includes a personal history of breast cancer, a strong family history of breast cancer or a genetic mutation.

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After participating in the first Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk in Queens in October 2016, Falconer said the group was inspired to raise funds. She said that although the disease as a whole gets more money than any other cancer, metastatic cancer is often "written off". The number is equally poor for the state: Only 15.7% women between the ages of 15 and 49 in Haryana have ever undergone a breast examination.

Excessive alcohol use, little to no physical activity, smoking and diets high in saturated fats increase the risk of breast cancer. You breast tissue is three-dimensional.

Avon is a national sponsor for the event, she said, and fields up to 300 participants for the borough's walk.

After a mastectomy, the chances of a recurrence (or the cancer returning) are indeed lower when compared to a lumpectomy - but they are still not zero.

Rebecca Willcox, who has secondary breast cancer, frequently has to navigate London's transport system and explains in a blog to strangers what that's like: "I can't show you my cancer, and I (like most other cancer patients I know) don't want to go into the ins and outs of why I need help".

"It is very devastating because they lose hair and their breast, so it is a lot of life changes they go through".

"I was in a panic", said Tatum, who lives near Altgeld Gardens on the Far South Side.

"The Maine Breast Cancer Coalition is proud to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Maine breast cancer license plates", said Bethany Zell of Caribou, president, Maine Breast Cancer Coalition.

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