Dead or Alive Breast Cancer Awareness Wallpaper
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How To Identify Your Breast Cancer Risk And Steps To Reduce It
To mark the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Dr. Marisa Weiss shares a checklist for women on how to identify your own breast cancer risk and the steps you can take to reduce it.
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TX Voter Fraud Dropped,VA’s Wrong Voting Precincts,Breast Cancer Awareness,Rev. Charles Sherrod Dies
10.24.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: TX Voter Fraud Dropped,VA’s Wrong Voting Precincts,Breast Cancer Awareness,Rev. Charles Sherrod Dies
Republican attempts to crack down on voter fraud aren’t working as they thought.
Charges in Texas are being dropped just like those in Florida. I’ll talk to the Counsel of Voting Rights from the Southern Coalition For Social Justice about how these measures are merely a scare tactic.
More than 7.5 million people have already voted either in person or by mail. An NBC voter poll says that’s because people are energized about this year’s election.
We’ll tell you how Virginia sent about 60-thousand voters to the wrong precincts.
Senator Lindsey Graham gets a bit of a reprieve from Justice Clarence Thomas, who temporarily blocks Graham’s subpoena to testify in Georgia’s election probe.
One officer takes a plea, and the other officer decides to let a Minnesota judge decide what his part was in the death of George Floyd.
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. I’ll take to a two-time breast cancer survivor and a doctor about the importance of getting breast exams.
And we say farewell to a civil rights icon, Rev. Charles Sherrod.
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Myths & Facts
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – a time to show support for everyone affected by breast cancer but it’s also a time to educate yourself. Dr. Wendy McDonald joins us now to share some facts about breast cancer and debunk a few myths.
Breast Cancer Awareness: Education is the best prevention – Live webinar
October is breast cancer awareness month. It began in the US in 1985, running as a week-long event, and has since become a global campaign to raise awareness, educate people, and raise funds for research into this deasease.
To celebrate and help bring more awareness to breast cancer, we were honoured to host an insightful webinar with some of our leading specialists. We were joined by:
➣Dr Tasha Gandamihardja, consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon in Buckhurst Hill: https://bit.ly/3D31gfn
➣Mr Jaroslaw Krupa, consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon in Leicester and Nottingham: https://bit.ly/3MBmbta
➣Dr Shiroma De Silva-Minor, consultant breast oncologist in London, Oxford, and Swindon: https://bit.ly/3ME1qwX
During our live webinar, we discussed the importance of educating women about breast cancer, the signs to look out for, and how to reduce your chances of developing the condition. Our experts also explain what to expect from a breast check, what happens after a diagnosis, and what treatment options are available for patients.
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