October. The beginning of fall. Cooler weather. Football season. Baseball playoffs. Pumpkin spice delicacies in full array at your favorite coffee house (and elsewhere!). Halloween just around the corner. Ubiquitous pink ribbons.
Yes, it’s that time of year… Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Women are advised to schedule mammograms. (A radiation-free alternative is thermography.)
If you are not familiar with thermography, it is definitely worth taking time to research.) We hear all of the heartbreaking statistics, and the fact is breast cancer is likely to impact the lives of most people…whether it’s you or a loved one. According to the World Cancer Research Fund and American Institute for Cancer Research, worldwide “Breast cancer is the most commonly occurring cancer in women and the second most common cancer overall.” During October, companies and sports leagues use significant campaigns to highlight breast cancer awareness and help fund research…a worthy and important goal, as we seek breakthroughs in treatment, prevention, and ideally a cure.
Would you like to make a difference in the lives of cancer survivors … today?
Please consider allocating funds to Cancer Warrior, Inc. Anyone familiar with a cancer diagnosis knows that treatment is costly. Even people with good insurance can face financial hardship when confronted with the cost of care, and many individuals forego the treatment of their choice due to financial constraints. Cancer is the third leading cause of bankruptcy in the U.S. At Cancer Warrior, Inc. we harness the power of community and partner with people to help them afford the therapies they deem best suited for their healing journey. When you donate to Cancer Warrior, Inc. you are standing with and empowering people to take control of their treatment plan without the stress of the financial burden. You are helping someone in need today. It’s what distinguishes Cancer Warrior, Inc. To give to Cancer Warrior, Inc. is to fulfill an immediate need and receive the instant gratification of knowing you made a difference in someone’s life. You made it possible for someone to choose how to fight cancer without limits. A true win-win.