Breast Cancer Awareness
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A Central New York native, Patti McGee‘s breast cancer diagnosis changed her life and set her on a path that has her helping others. more
The team Penguin Platoon is hosting a Turn Back Breast Cancer event Saturday, Nov. 5, at Remsen VFW Post 982, 10526 Steuben St. more
Thousands of cancer patients need to go to their treatments every day, but not all of them have a way to get there on their own. more
Aware of her own chances of developing the life-threatening disease at an early age, Dawn Cooley researched her options and considered bold measures to minimize her risk.   more
Breast cancer survivor Lynda Frederick, a lifelong resident of Boonville, has had breast cancer twice, which resulted in several treatments and surgeries. more
There was a demand in the breast prosthesis market, and a Central New Yorker is now looking to fill it. more
It was her children that she was worried about the most when breast cancer survivor Katie Waltermire received her diagnosis. more
AmeriCU supports The Baldwin Fund in their fight against breast cancer. more
Gina Costantine of Sauquoit was diagnosed with breast cancer after having reduction mammaplasty or breast reduction surgery. more
The streets around Mohawk Valley Community College were a sea of bright pink Sunday morning as the American Cancer Society's annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk returned. more
The Ray brothers are donning the color pink yet again in support of the fight against breast cancer. more
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States, behind only skin cancer. more
Cancer survivor Jeannie Wiedmer, of Boonville, believes early detection is the key. When were you diagnosed, what age and what stage? more
Dawn Pfendler, of Forestport, was diagnosed with breast cancer not once, but twice within four years. She encourages all women to get their mammograms and to do self-breast exams. more
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the soccer teams at Remsen Central School kicked off its Pink Out soccer games against breast cancer at their games starting Oct. 4. more
Sheri’s EastSide Diner will be donating 10% of sales during a special day of fundraising in support of The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. more
Various organizations urge women to familiarize themselves with their breasts and conduct routine self-exams so they can uncover any lumps or other issues that may warrant further examination. more
Angela Storey of Oneida was 43 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2021. Genetic testing showed that she had an increased lifetime risk of cancer. more
The road to recovery is long when fighting cancer and tumors, but there’s more to the treatment process than medicine — sometimes it’s just helping people feel normal again. more
Leslie Leone of Whitesboro credits her routine yearly exam for saving her life. more
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