By reducing the social stigmas surrounding breast cancer, we can help spread awareness and increase preventative care. Early diagnosis is critical, which is why it’s important to start the conversation with our friends and loved ones.
This year, team members and friends joined forces to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing the color pink each Friday in October, starting Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. The pink ribbon and the color pink signify solidarity with those who have been affected in some way by breast cancer.
Looking for more ways to get involved? Visit National Breast Cancer Foundation’s resource page for helpful links and ideas. You will find information about where to donate, how to start a fundraiser or even how to become a community ambassador.
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