Breast Cancer Awareness on Mother's Day
Today and everyday we need to support and honor our mothers, family, and friends by giving them the resources they need to fight back against Breast Cancer.
When Chris was about six her mother, Mary, was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Back then technology wasn't what it is today. We now have the ability to detect cancer earlier. All women need access to life-saving diagnostic technology regardless of race, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status.
Join Chris in standing up for all the mother’s we love by signing up for our Thunderclap. Together we’ll spread awareness about breast cancer services in NYC to your friends and family.
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By signing up for our Thunderclap TODAY you'll help share information about resources with your family, friends and beyond on Twitter and Facebook this Mother’s Day.