Breast cancer pink stuff
The pink ribbon is everywhere. This year I decided to delve. For some of us, when we hear the word pink, some expressions come to mind: pretty in pink, pink is so girly or in the pink. Agreed — pink is uniquely feminine in our society today, and often represents a person full of health and vibrancy. It seems to be an indicator for renewed health and survival. So no surprise pink would become a symbol for breast cancer awareness.
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Why the Color Pink for Breast Cancer - Earth and Moon Design
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By Cris. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the time of year when the breast cancer awareness campaign is taken up a level. Activities are organized to spread the news about a matter that so many are still reluctant to discuss.
When a woman faces a breast cancer diagnosis she can feel overwhelmed, fearful and powerless, but as two survivors say, there are surprising positive outcomes too. In a tragic intergenerational story, breast cancer survivor Penny McConnell, whose mother Betty Haslemore died of breast cancer aged 47 and grandmother Beryl Coull at 61, says despite the shock, her bittersweet journey has a happy ending. I am 61 and loving life," says McConnell. During her recovery, McConnell says having supportive family and friends, love and laughter and plenty of humour and fun was "exceedingly important".
01.03.2021 2:25:34 tchadared:
nice shot. love it
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