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"We thought that because it's a woman's event that we definitely wanted to do something that would benefit the women and breast cancer awareness is such a close subject to me".

They said since 1993, more than 13 million Making Strides Against Breast Cancer participants have helped raise more than $810 million to the cause.

This distinguished group of community members is determined to raise awareness and money to support the American Cancer Society's mission and save more lives than ever before from breast cancer. One out of every eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.

Thanks to the passion of our Real Men Wear Pink supporters, a huge impact can be made on the mission to end breast cancer. The brand has been a supporter of Bright Pink since 2015. The campaign also aims to build partnerships and cooperation between all government and non-government entities in support of the Ministry's efforts to combat breast cancer.

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Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive of Breast Cancer Care and Baroness Delyth Morgan, Chief Executive of Breast Cancer Now, said: "We would like to thank Asda's colleagues, customers and suppliers for all they have done to support those affected by breast cancer". Created by visionaries Arni and Shireen Thor, Maria Shireen® hair tie bracelets have revolutionized the way women utilize and keep track of elastic hair ties across the fashion, beauty, accessories, and health industries, and are available in a variety of designs to suit a range of styles and lifestyles. The company is headquartered in San Diego, CA. Initially, it only covered breast cancer.

"Mammography is the only proven screening method for detecting breast cancer".

Keys, 36, said in a campaign video: "This really resonates with me because I was brought up in Harlem and my mother is a breast cancer survivor". Founded in 2007, Bright Pink strives to reach the 52 million women in the U.S. between the ages of 18-45 with this life-saving education.

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