Monday, December 13, 2010

The Breast Cancer Site

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Nearly four years ago someone sent me an e-mail asking me to visit The Breast Cancer Site and click on a "pink" button to provide free mammograms for women who could not afford them.  My thought was, "Why not? What do I have to lose?" I knew women with breast cancer and some who lost their battle with breast cancer so actually became passionate about clicking on The Breast Cancer Site.  I signed up to have them send me a daily email reminding me to "click". And now, nearly four years later, it's just something I do--nearly every day!

A quote from The Breast Cancer Site says, " With a simple daily click of the pink button at The Breast Cancer Site, visitors help provide mammograms to those in need.  Visitors pay nothing.  Mammograms are paid for by the site's sponsors and distributed by the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc."  Additional mammograms are provided through purchases that are made from The Breast Cancer Site online store. The Breast Cancer Site has provided 48,503 free mammograms since October, 2000.

Please visit The Breast Cancer Site, read some of the stories, check out the online store and click the pink button.  Maybe you, too, will become passionate about "clicking"!  Kat
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