Breast Cancer is not only a woman’s Illness. Men can also get Breast Cancer. And, it’s an illness that challenges the entire family.
In October, the WBC and WBC Cares honors Breast and Ovarian Cancer Awareness. We will wear the pink ribbon at all fights, as we fight along side those effected.
As scary as it is, we’ve made so many advances and many people with these cancers live longer and healthier lives than in the past. Education and early detection are essential in saving lives.
Early detection remains the cornerstone of the fight, since when it is discovered early, it is possible to establish an adequate diagnosis and specific treatment.
We celebrate the doctors, the researchers, the caretakers, the survivors and those undergoing treatment. And in the memory of those we’ve lost, we do our best to support advances as we hope for a cure.
95% of breast cancer cases ARE CURED! as long as they are detected in a timely manner. Self examination is an essential key to saving lives, as it can and it does locate potential abnormalities.
Pink boxing gloves, pink ribbons and other symbolic images in this ongoing battle to save lives.