Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Almost everyone I know has had a family member or friend fight the battle of breast cancer. My cousin at 29 yrs. old had a radical mastectomy on both sides and eventually lost the battle. My mother-in-law back in the late sixties had the same surgery and lived into her eighties. When I was in college I had a breast cancer scare. Thankfully what the doctor found was not cancer.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Men, don’t think this doesn’t happen to you as often as it happens to women! Men can get breast cancer too. There are several resources out there for you too! (Here’s one.) Live aware! You guys are important to us gals!

Ladies and gentlemen early detection and screening is important – don’t neglect yourself!

Give a FREE mammogram whenever you can at The Hunger Site tab for Breast Cancer!

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@helmetorheels blogger Pam

Ladies, whether you are looking to start riding solo, a casual motorcyclist, a seasoned rider, or enjoying riding pillion you are all welcome to join in the Helmet or Heels community. I would love to share your story of motorcycling no matter where you are on the journey. It will inspire other women along the way.

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