breast cancer awareness

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New York’s First State-Of-The-Art Mobile Breast Cancer Clinic Operating In Nassau County

New York State’s first state-of-the-art 3D mammography mobile breast cancer clinic is now operating out of Nassau University Medical Center.


A pink ribbon NFL logo wraps around a goal post as part of the "A Crucial Catch" breast cancer awareness campaign at Cowboys Stadium. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Report: Only About 8 Percent Of Sales From NFL’s Pink Merchandise Go To ACS

Business Insider reported that 50 percent of sales go to the retailer who sold the products, 37.5 percent go to the manufacturer and 8.01 percent go to the American Cancer Society.


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Now Cancer Free, Jets Fan Is A Star Of The NFL’s Pink Push

Tina’s story was played in short clips shown last weekend during NFL games across the country. On Sunday, she will serve as an honorary captain for the Jets at their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.


A pink referee penalty flag is seen on the ground. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

NFL Won’t Use Pink Penalty Flags Beyond Jets-Falcons Monday Night Game

The pink flags were part of the NFL’s “A Crucial Catch” campaign to raise breast cancer awareness. They were used in one game last year.


Pink bats for breast cancer awareness. (credit: CBS 2)

Mets, Yankees Welcoming Honorary Bat Girls For Mother’s Day

On this Mothers Day, Major League Baseball is once again going pink to raise aware awareness for breast cancer.


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George Washington Bridge Lights To Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness

The George Washington Bridge will be sporting a new look this month.


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First Annual Breast Cancer Survivors Summit Held On Long Island

On Friday, hundreds of breast cancer survivors held a summit on Long Island to share their experiences, and look for answers.


Lisa Mills

Pregnancy May Have Saved Mother Battling Breast Cancer

When Lisa Mills was just 30 years old and 29 weeks pregnant with her second child, she discovered something that would change her life forever. She found a lump in her breast.