It's natural to think that breast cancer only impacts women, but men are susceptible to the disease as well. A guy may not have breasts like that of lady, but breast tissue still exists. It's no doubt that more women are diagnosed than men, but the threat is real. According to the American Cancer Society, 440 men will DIE from breast cancer in 2016.
Brett and Alicia Lein have three daughters. Brett is a tattoo artist, and every October he does pink ribbon tattoos to raise money for a phenomenal cause that helps women fighting breast cancer. With the nice weather upon us, Brett and Alicia's girls decided they wanted to follow in Daddy's footsteps. They are selling their own tattoos at a booth for $1 and the same great cause.
What's better than babes in bikinis? Babes in bikinis on snowmobiles raising money for breast cancer! That's what's going on with The Boonville Covered Bridge Challenge this year and if you have a snowmobile and want to do some good then you need to be a part of this great event!
There is nothing better than when a school community comes together to help support one of their own. In this case, it was the famous PS22 Chorus. Each year the Chorus leader sings a song with the group after the final rehearsal and this year, they decided to include Mrs. Adriana Lopez who had inspired them with her fight against cancer.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and while millions of women across the country will be getting screenings and consulting with their doctors about this very private issue, there are some who have gone through the detection-treatment-recovery sequence publicly. The last celebrity on our list may surprise you ...
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and it's also the month Paul Landowski of Bath NY lost his wife. In addition to our 'Big Frog Bras' Across the building to raise awareness this month, we've also been encouraging people to share their breast cancer stories. Paul wrote the following email of his loving wife Emily titled I Still Miss Her ...
Meet Debbie Baker of Rome. Four years ago she decided to take her health into her own hands after losing her mother. Deb went in for gastric bypass surgery and lost 170 pounds. During the surgery doctors found precancerous lumps in her breast. Luckily it was caught in time and removed. Her husband Ed Baker is grateful. 'If she didn't have the weight loss surgery she never would have found the