Pink Patch Project raises money for breast cancer research, treatment

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The American Cancer Society and the City of Jackson are kicking off the month of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Dr. Jason Allen is the Medical Director of the Breast Imaging Program at UCHealth Memorial, who says the diagnosis of such a well known person is a strong reminder that early detection is the very best way women can safeguard themselves against breast cancer.

Asda Coleraine Community Champion, Sheila Palmer, has "answered the call" to support this year's Asda Tickled Pink campaign, which will raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.

As such, Red Agency will also provide pro bono support to NBCF to help drive further awareness.

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It's that time of the year when the color pink is seen nearly everywhere you go.

The event will kick off with a panel discussion hosted by Red Agency Asia-Pacific CEO James Wright (pictured above), titled "Inspiration from Adversity", where a number of speakers will talk about challenges they faced in both their personal and private lives and how they overcame them.

Beyond this, the rebrand to Pink Agency will see websites, email signatures and branding around each of Red Agency's offices updated. The project is a collaborative effort among law enforcement agencies to combat breast cancer. Thus, there is a need that we pay special focus to prevent this disease, he said. So how does wearing pink help? Thank you for your support! "My granny was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was only 21 months old", Thornton said.

Keys, 36, said in a campaign video: "This really resonates with me because I was brought up in Harlem and my mother is a breast cancer survivor".

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