Flamingos have landed at Houston Methodist West Hospital, just in time for breast cancer awareness month.
The company is also hosting the "AVON 39 The Walk To End Breast Cancer" event in NY on October 14 and 15 - a 39-mile walk aimed at raising funds and awareness.
In 2017, the American Cancer Society estimated that 22,440 women will be newly diagnosed with ovarian cancer and 14,080 will die from ovarian cancer.
Ryan Kline along with his wife, Jocelyn, who is now battling breast cancer, made a decision to collect cans and bottles to raise money. The stamps may also be purchased by phone, 800-STAMP-24 (800-782-6724), or online here.
Adam Snavely also presented an event plaque to Frank Palmer, executive vice president of The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, who spoke in support of breast cancer awareness.
For the second year in a row, Houston Methodist West is partnering with LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch by hosting "A Night of Positively Pink", a breast cancer awareness celebration. Women should know how their breasts normally look and feel and report any changes to a health care provider right away.
"I'm honored to stand with the men and women who wear the uniform to protect and serve us", Polito said.
"Screening is so very important because it helps us catch that breast cancer early".
The BCCA's mission is to eliminate breast cancer by focusing on educating, empowering and encouraging all women to become proactive in preventing and, if diagnosed, surviving breast cancer. "I'm a breast cancer survivor and I'm glad I got to come and walk". "They want to help and to get involved in causes that support the greater good", said Snyder.
New evidence supports the idea that the brain works with the lymphatic system to remove waste and defend against diseases, according to NPR.
In fact, the ACS was quick to note that even though the rate of breast cancer diagnosis was slightly lower in black women between 2010 and 2014, the death rate was 42 percent higher in African American women over the same time period.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month serves as a reminder to not give up the search for a cure and better treatments.
Women in Super's contribution to breast cancer research in Australia has now topped $33.2 million with the presentation of a cheque for $2.8 million to the National Breast Cancer Foundation on Thursday evening.