Health Promotion and Wellness Department hosting two cancer awareness events this month

Ebony Scott
October 11, 2017

A study carried out by researchers at MFT and the University of Manchester analysed the DNA of 451 women with a family history of breast cancer who had developed the disease, using the information alongside other factors to predict an overall risk estimate.

Medical Director at Mercy Breast Care Center Dr. Adnan Qalbani says that regular check-ups are crucial.

She said people who do participate in clinical trials feel as though they get better care because they are monitored closely with more eyes on their case.

He adds a cure is not as simple as just getting rid whats making you sick.

Ms. Patillo's breast cancer was detected after experiencing pain and insisting that physicians complete further tests to discover the root cause of pain.

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Breast Cancer Now's Director for Scotland, Mary Allison, added: "As the UK's largest breast cancer research charity we are dedicated to funding the brightest minds to look into ways to save more lives from the disease".

Mr Balfour said: "Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in Scotland - unfortunately most people know of someone affected by this awful disease. But you should try and be on a limited dose, and you should be on it the shortest period of time you can".

In support of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Roselle Park Police Department (RPPD) - in conjunction with Roselle Park PBA Local 27 - is selling t-shirts to the public. "This year I wanted to go city-wide with my efforts for Breast Cancer Awareness".

The fourth-annual Pink Dawg Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness takes place October 11 from 4-6 p.m.

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