Breast cancer awareness talk at Rasa Ria

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"This is our first year putting this event on", said Mitch Boyle, Sault EMS paramedic, speaking to SooToday at Rome's, October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month. "We want women to be aware that dairy cheese could put them at risk of dying from breast cancer".

Harvey Singer, a breast cancer survivor, and the co-founder of HIS Breast Cancer Awareness is working with several groups creating awareness on breast cancer in men and is encouraging men not to be superficial on these kinds of disease.

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National No Bra Day on October 13th encourages wearers to leave that bra at home.

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"About 90 per cent of patients survive for many years after diagnosis when breast cancer is detected at the early stages". The event was adopted in the U.S.in 2012.

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All funds raised, Boyle said, will go to the Canadian Cancer Society for breast cancer research. In addition, Holzer Center for Cancer Care will be providing a Health Screening Event on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 5 p.m.to 7 p.m. Skin Screenings, Breast Exams and Education, Bone Density Testing, and Blood Pressure Checks will be available during the event.

"We have talented chefs at the Chumash Casino Resort who pour their creativity into everything they do, and it's moments like these that give them a chance to shine for a great cause", said Kenneth Kahn, tribal chairman for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians.

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"Between the two campaigns, we run one for women's cancer awareness and one in November, the No Shave November".

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