May 3, 2016 •
Race for a Cure — We Have to Beat Breast Cancer
You know I hate cancer. No one wants to be in the club, yet every day someone else is initiated without a request.
It has been three years since we had our first Race for the Cure team for the Susan G. Komen event in Akron. Well, I have re-signed up our ST8PACS team on the site and registered to participate in the 5K walk. This year’s event will be Saturday, July 23 at Canal Park.
Why are we involved?
One in eight women in the US will be diagnosed with breast cancer.
Because every minute someone dies of breast cancer.
Breast cancer knows no boundaries—be it age, gender, socio-economic, or geographic location.
Consider going to http://neohio.info-komen.org to register and join the ST8PACS team by contributing.
Until next month remember, in 1980, the five-year survival rate for women diagnosed with early stage breast cancer was 74%. Today it is 99% because so many people have helped to raise money for awareness, having mammograms, and the research to help end breast cancer.
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