Come, Fight Breast Cancer!

Pink Ribbon
October was Breast Cancer Awareness month. Pink ribbon is the International symbol of breast cancer prevention.

Breast cancer is the second most prominent cancer that assails Indian women. Urban Indian women are said to be more susceptible to breast cancer than rural women. A woman with family history of breast cancer is 15% more susceptible to the disease.

Read the complete post here at Its A Free World.


2 Responses to “Come, Fight Breast Cancer!”

  1. 1 Ashish November 6, 2007 at 12:13 pm

    I dun have breasts. 😛 Oh and I have something for you –


  2. 2 Ashish November 6, 2007 at 12:16 pm

    Darn it, doesn’t allow posting pictures, here’s the link for you –


    Poonam: I saw the picture of that elusively simple mammogram. 🙂

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