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by Kiran on October 1, 2009 · 3 comments

in Character of the Day

… is a very important month for every one. It is the Breast Cancer Awareness month. It’s a constant reminder of the struggles that my mom had to go through losing her mom to this disease at a very young age. I’ve never had a chance to know and love my grandmother. It pains me. It pains my family. This is a disease that is plaguing for a long time. And yet there are many out there ignoring the basic care needed, in order to prevent or detect.

Annually, international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention and cure… by Wikipedia.

ribbonofhope.gifWith many organizations, media outlets & blogger’s spreading the awareness, are you:

a) encouraged to do everything possible to prevent or detect breast cancer?

b) aware of your responsibility to encourage one another?

c) doing what is needed to prevent or detect, correctly?

There are several ways to subdue this disease. Educate yourself is the first stage. With correct information, discussion with your doctor and regular self-examination, we can confidently lower the risk of breast cancer.

Supporting existing and active charities is also important to further encourage research for cure and treatment of breast cancer.

If you are a blogger, please take some time to go pink, spread the breast cancer awareness, and share your personal experiences. Spread the ribbon of hope and wear it proudly.

Last but not least, LOOT would donate USD 5.00 on each purchase made in the month of October to honor and contribute towards BREAST CANCER AWARENESS. Encourage each other to contribute for cancer treatment and research. Charity details would be shared soon.

Prevention, is always better than cure…


1 sakhi October 3, 2009 at 5:43 AM

Good post yaar… Self breast examination is a must for all the women who cross 30 years!
.-= sakhi´s last blog ..Royal =-.

2 Kiran October 8, 2009 at 1:44 AM

Thanks Dr Sakhi. It means a lot, especially from a doctor! 😀

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