Combine this video with the excellent questions and answers given throughout this blog to improve your knowledge of breast cancer.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Nail Design

I you are looking for information about breast cancer then I have little doubt that you will find this video especially useful.

For more information on breast cancer awareness and how you can help, please visit these sites: ww5.komen.org www.nbcam.org www.breastcancer.org Here are the products used and where to find them: Wet ‘n’ Wild- Flirty Rose Available at any drugstore Cina- White Pen www.sallybeauty.com Cina- Nail Rhinestones www.sallybeauty.com Cina Pink Nail Pen www.sallybeauty.com Cina Top Coat www.sallybeauty.com The pens were provided for consideration. This does not change my opinion of them. If you do not own all the products used in the video, feel free to use any similar items from your current collection.

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Ellen on Breast Cancer Awareness Month

If you are looking for a video about breast cancer symptoms then look no further because below you will find a great video I ran across just the other day.

Breast cancer awareness is very important to Ellen. During her monologue, she talked about how it has affected her life, and what women need to be doing to protect themselves.

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Breast cancer signs and symptoms – awareness

When it comes to breast cancer symptoms this video provides some great insights.

A survey of Scottish women reveals low awareness of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. Interview with Audrey Birt from Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Find out more at bit.ly
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Take a look at one aspect of causes of breast cancer through the eyes of this video maker.

Visit Us: www.FundRaisingForACause.com Follow Us On Twitter http Fundraising for a Cause was developed to help people raise money for causes. In 2006, my sister was diagnosed with breast cancer. I decided to sign up for the Susan G. Komen 3 day Walk and realized that I had to raise 00 just to walk. I saw how many people struggled to raise their money. I thought here you have all these wonderful people who are willing to walk 60 miles and they are getting so down and depressed because they cant raise the funds to participate in the walk. I came up with the idea of simply buying items and reselling them, people could raise money and not feel guilty about asking people for donations. If I can help just 10 people in 14 cities raise their 00, that would be over 0000 for breast cancer research. We have since expanded our company to include other causes. We hope to continually add causes and merchandise to help you raise money for the different causes that have touched your heart. I hope this video inspires you to try my fundraising technique and ultimately raise lots of money for your cause! Together we can make a difference!
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A question from m3_sofakinggood: How can I raise awareness that breast cancer only focuses on women and not men or children?
-I think we need to bring back equality

- breast cancer is the 5th leading cause of death in women

-skin, brain, etc affects men, women, and children equally

-less then 1% of men get breast cancer

-women can now get breast augmentations paid by insurance companies due to breast cancer.
Kurt…never thought of that! That is inequality at it’s finest.

The top answer:

Answer by Kurt
Dude, if you want to have a cause, consider this. If a woman gets pregnant, she can decide to terminate the pregnancy without permission from the father. But if a man decides that he does not want to be a father, not only can he not force her to have an abortion, but he can be forced to be held financially responsible for a child he does not want. Talk about inequality!

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Question posed by ?!Jennie!?: How do you celebrate Breast Cancer awareness month?
I usually try to help raise money for breast cancer and i buy some Pink awareness things. Because breast cancer runs in my family.

The No 1 answer:

Answer by Cazz ;)
i will probably donate by buying something from boots, but i already have some cool new clothes from asda that are for breast cancer awareness too

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Watch the video below and then please leave a comment to let we know what you thought about it.

October is “Breast Cancer Awareness month” so I wanted to create a video tribute to the National Football League and it’s cheerleaders, players, coaches and officials since the league is doing such a nice job of being involved. The stadiums are nicely marked… with their fields, goal posts and “BC awareness” signage. The PINK cheerleader outfits ie: pink “pom poms”, wrist bands, boots, shoes, socks and the players, coaches & officials uniforms… ie:pink gloves, shoes, towels, helmets, hats & shirts with the Breast Cancer pink ribbon logo. *DISEASE INFORMATION* on Breast Cancer… Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the United States, aside from skin cancer. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), an estimated 192370 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed among women in the United States this year. One in eight women will be affected at some point in their lifetime. An estimated 40170 women are expected to die from the disease in 2009 alone. Today, there are about 2.5 million breast cancer survivors living in the United States. If you’re worried about developing breast cancer, or if you know someone who has been diagnosed with the disease, one way to deal with your concerns is to get as much information as possible. In this section you’ll find important background information about what breast cancer is and how it develops. Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that grows in one or both of the breasts. Breast cancer usually
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Question posed by May Kadoody: Is anyone else upset that breast cancer is the only publicized awareness month?
I’m all for cancer awareness but why is breast cancer the only publicized cancer awareness month? Many people suffer from all types of cancer daily and I’ve had family suffer from both Leukemia and Pancreatic Cancer. It’s seems that if a celebrity is diagnosed with a cancer or has died from a cancer that’s the only way awareness will be publicized. Now that Patrick Swayze has passed I’m sure Pancreatic cancer will be well known coming this November (Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month) Does anyone agree?

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Answer by lollipop
One theory is that breast cancer has more survivors than most other cancers, so more people to form support groups and to be be activist for the disease. Not a whole lot of lung cancer survivors. I feel a little left out of the awareness hoopla.

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I’m all for cancer awareness but why is breast cancer the only publicized cancer awareness month? Many people suffer from all types of cancer daily and I’ve had family suffer from both Leukemia and Pancreatic Cancer. It’s seems that if a celebrity is diagnosed with a cancer or has died from a cancer that’s the only way awareness will be publicized. Now that Patrick Swayze has passed I’m sure Pancreatic cancer will be well known coming this November (Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month) Does anyone agree?

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