'Spike Out Cancer' game is Tuesday in Forestville

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The American Cancer Society (ACS) held their annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk to celebrate breast cancer survivors and remember those who have been lost to the disease.

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the Plastic Surgery Foundation's Breast Reconstruction Awareness USA Campaign builds awareness of breast reconstruction options after mastectomy and lumpectomy.

A day filled with laughs, hugs, connections and Redskins football made for a special day for everyone in attendance. A camp for medical checkup was also organised during the event.

Breast cancer typically produces no symptoms when the tumor is small and most easily treated.

The first line of defense against breast cancer starts at home.

"There are BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, these are hereditary and once you have these in your system you are definitely going to have that cancer". Since a woman likely will never conquer the disease, they prefer the term "thriver", she said. She had just returned from a doctor's appointment, a little exhausted, but looking forward to a good supper after having to fast since the night before. "Because like I said, it is a struggle, it's a journey".

"People are often curious about how our environment - like air pollution or contaminants in food - might increase breast cancer risk", says NBCF funded researcher Dr Brigid Lynch. "Early detection and treatment are vital in ensuring outcomes will be more positive".

Brendan Smith addressed the participants and provided latest research about the breast cancer in the light of their experience and observations.

Please join the Lady Hornets and the Forestville Sports Boosters in their fight against breast cancer in the high school gym at 4 Academy Street in Forestville.

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world and among the top five causes of death among cancer types.

"They don't just treat you, they treat your spirit", he said.

"Sometimes they see an abnormality, and the recommendation is just to watch this", he said.

Mugaba says when it comes to breast cancer, the right staging helps connect to the right management, otherwise there can be relapses in treatment. There are a bunch of little changes you can do with your lifestyle but they'll surely make a big difference to your overall health. Jolly stated; "We need to educate our young people and young men need to realize that not only women get breast cancer." Mrs. In fact, almost 80 percent of young women diagnosed with breast cancer found their breast abnormality themselves, according to a 2009 Journal of Oncology study about breast cancer in younger women.