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Breast Cancer Awareness Dance

These ladies show their support for the Breast Cancer Society with a flash mob performance to Beyonce's "Single Ladies"! You go, girls!

Second Opinions

I was horrified to find a tiny breast lump when I was 43. A trip to general practitioner and radiologist for an ultrasound and mammogram led to dense tissue diagnosis. Seven months later, I panicked when I felt that same lump double in size. I sought a second opinion and my world was turned upside down…

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Jennifer's Story

In November of 2011, my doctor called to tell me I had an abnormal mammogram. The phone call startled me, but I wasn't worried. I felt great and was healthy as a horse.

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Protect Girls from Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer is the second most common form of cancer among women, with nearly half a million new cases diagnosed annually. While routine screenings have greatly reduced mortality rates among women in the United States, cervical cancer is still a common and deadly disease in many developing nations where regular screenings aren't a reality. Over 270,000 people die from cervical cancer every year and more than 80% of those deaths occur in developing countries. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ protects three girls from cervical cancer with immunizations through Partners in Health. Thank you!

Help protect girls from the threat of developing cervical cancer later in life.

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