Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Consider joining this Army of Women to help researchers find a cure for breast cancer

I have posted several things regarding breast cancer this month as it is breast cancer awareness month. In case there is confusion regarding my thoughts on getting screened for breast cancer, I personally plan to do exactly what the recommendation is - mammography or I might check out this thermography option. I have had some emails about this that seemed to question if they should even get screened. THis is a personal decision, of course, and I am going to chose what seems to be the most proactive approach - routine screens, mamograms or thermography.

Consider joining us in this movement that will take us beyond a cure by creating new opportunities to study what causes breast cancer—and how to prevent it.

The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation and the Avon Foundation, a global leader in breast cancer research, joined forces to launch the Love/Avon Army of Women.

Their revolutionary initiative has two key goals:

  1. To recruit one million healthy women of every age and ethnicity, including breast cancer survivors and women at high-risk for the disease, to partner with breast cancer researchers and directly participate in the research that will eradicate breast cancer once and for all.

  2. To challenge the scientific community to expand its current focus to include breast cancer prevention research conducted on healthy women.

Click here to check it out and see if this is for you:

1 comment:

DentalHealth said...

Just like how we've recently discovered ulcers to be physically caused by heliobacter pylori bacteria....we're also now finding links between heart disease and cancer and various other pathogens.

In the case of breast cancer, it has now been strongly linked to fecal neurotoxins from dental bacteria that enter our tissues through our gums and tooth infections. Over the course of years, their growing fecal waste then deactivates our p53 tumor-supressing protein...allowing the arisal of cancer.

Please support the research here and get thermally-screened to identify early warning hot spots in your body.

Prevention and early detection are the best cures for cancer. And now that we know one of the biggest signs to look for, millions of womens' lives can be saved if they are made aware of this research and get screened!