In the United States, there’s a 1 in 8 chance that a woman will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her life. This means that almost all of us will know someone affected by the disease, and it’s up to us to do our part to support breast cancer awareness.
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is in October 2018. Support your friends and family this Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and all year round, by sharing your knowledge of breast cancer facts, the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, and the steps they can take to stay healthy. Early detection saves
October is always an exciting month but it’s not just about Halloween, pumpkin lattes, or leaves changing colors. October is also about Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The entire month is dedicated to promoting better understanding of this terrible disease that will affect 1 in 8 American women over their lifetime,
Where can you find custom and affordable products for your next Breast Cancer Awareness Month event? Join us in the fight against breast cancer this October and all year! At Positive Promotions, we believe that awareness is the first step towards prevention, and ultimately a cure, for this life-threatening disease.
October is always an exciting month! It’s not all about the fall season, pumpkin lattes, or the leaves changing colors, though. October is also about Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The whole month is traditionally dedicated to promoting early detection and understanding of a terrible disease that will affect 1 in
Every October, we recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This makes it the perfect time to let women and men know about the history of this deadly disease. Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 U.S. women, and is the leading cause of cancer-related death in women. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month,
Autumn is all about the leaves changing colors, the cooler temperatures as the season transitions to winter, and festive holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving pleasantly decorating homes throughout the nation. But what many people may not realize, despite its popularity, is that October is also National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.