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Our radiology staff and our CEO Joe Freudenberger want to encourage you to #GetScreened! We’re up close and personal with our community—our patients are our neighbors, family and friends—so we know firsthand the impact that breast cancer has on lives and families. Early detection is one of the best ways to prevent breast cancer, and our staff can help you schedule your mammogram any day of the year. Read about our women’s imaging services: bit.ly/2yLRlHi #OBMCforthecure #IAmMoreThanPink
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Great time celebrating More Than Pink Day today! Thank YOU for helping us turn Houston PINK! #IAmMoreThanPink
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Mandy Spraul Whitecotton
· March 9, 2018
Please, please, please in the name of Susan G. Komen who died of Metastatic Breast Cancer, put more than 5-7% of your funds raised towards an actual CURE for Metastatic Breast Cancer! Metastatic Breas...t Cancer is the breast cancer that kills and this momma wants to be here to raise my 5 year old daughter to adulthood! I will not encourage anyone to contribute to Susan G. Komen or to wear pink until the proportion of your funds is more fairly spent on an actual CURE! #DontIgnoreStageIV #StageIVNeedsMore See More
Dani Alexander
· October 8, 2017
Women die while Susan G. Komen takes money from companies and industries that promote breast cancer like Yoplait, KFC - Kentucky Fried Chicken, Meyer Natural, General Mills, Eggland's Best Eggs, Tride...ntseafood company, and Dietz & Watson.
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Processed and fatty foods cause obesity linked so strongly to breast cancer. They don't want to "find a cure" they have made it clear their only interest is making money. We know what causes breast cancer: diet and exposure to hazardous chemicals.
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Bovine leukemia virus is present in nearly half of women who develop breast cancer but Susan G. Komen continues to push dairy on women. Stop the madness. Stop focusing on "awareness" when discussion on PREVENTION is needed.
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The breast cancer industry profits off human sexuality - "Save The Tatas" anyone? And our love for mothers and women. If they really wanted to help fight cancer they would take stances AGAINST processed, fatty, and animal foods that cause cancer and QUIT taking money from these horrible industries that are killing our planet and animals and causing horrible disease.
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Susan G. Komen also funds animal testing even though animals certainly do not manifest disease such a breast cancer like humans do. Shameful waste of resources.
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Regina Samuel
· January 24, 2018
Best Energy Ever! RIP Irma Samuel....There is a strong need for a cure!!!!
Walter B Hallows
· September 30, 2014
This will be the sixth consecutive year that I will be participating in this event with our Run / Walk team of "Save Our Sisters"!! Our team is made up of breast cancer survivors, their family and fri...ends, and family and friends of those that have lost their battle with this horrible disease. We are here to celebrate the lives of those that have been touched by cancer and honor the memory of those we have lost. We are raising funds in hope of finding a cure for this disease that has touched so many of our lives. See More
Simon Flores
· September 26, 2014
I'll be doing the family walk portion with my family. As most of you know, my mom was diagnosed with Breaston Cancer in May. She has been through surgery and radiation since then and THANK GOD, she is... cancer free. Our family is walking as a team to help other moms, daughters, sisters, aunts, nieces, grandma's, girlfriends... Please donate to this awesome cause. We hope to see the day breast cancer doesn't take another life. Peace.Love.Gram See More
MariselayEfren Arechiga Hinojosa
· September 24, 2016
Ok wow how awesome.....everything for a good cause.......!!
Tampatha Jackson
· November 2, 2015
Hi...just wanna know if the walk will happen since it was cancelled Saturday.
Loretta B. Stewart
· October 2, 2014
Thank you for the support!! See you all Saturday bright and early. 5 year survivor...
Linda Wilkinson
September 12, 2013
It's that time year again, are you registered?
Stacy P. Rubin
· September 13, 2014
A walk on Yom Kippur?
Donnetta Lashawn Johnson
September 30, 2011
Can't wait to run the race on Satuday! See you there!
Jacqui Martinez
September 29, 2011
Best thing ever, everyone should join us
Deborah Powers-Passwater
January 13, 2012
Let's save 'em all. Big or small. Go Pink!!
Debra Gregory Shaffer
· September 5, 2013
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