Breast Cancer Awareness
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Making Strides of Utica, presented by Upstate Cancer Center, is returning to rally supporters in the fight against breast cancer. more
Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in American women, says the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. more
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, several local law enforcement agencies are adding a dash of pink to their uniforms. more
Mollie Wadsworth of Whitesboro never thought that at age 33, and with no family history, that breast cancer was something she needed to be worried about.  more
Whitesboro Fit Body Boot Camp owner Lisa Briggs opened her gym in 2018 with the intent of helping men and women experience workout transformations. more
Terry Williams of Clinton is a graphic artist in the Daily Sentinel’s production department. She is a 14-year cancer survivor. more
Breast cancer has been a part of Karen Urtz’s life for a long time. Her mother and grandmother each passed away from the disease. more
“Don’t take your life for granted.” That was the message learned and one still passed on today by Sue Gatley, of Westernville, a 25-year survivor of breast cancer. more
Darleen Philpotts of Sauquoit had a bi-lateral mastectomy after being told she had stage 2 breast cancer. Her advice to others is to let family and friends help with practical tasks. more
Cancer has no discrimination against anyone or anything, says Bernie Szczesniak. He knows this for a fact - Szczesniak is a male breast cancer survivor. more
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women, affecting one in eight women, according to Upstate University Hospital’s Mobile Mammography Program. more
Kimberly Copeland of Verona learned she had breast cancer after her first mammogram on the Upstate University Mobile Mammogram van. more
Upstate University Hospital’s Mammography Van will visit the Adirondack High School on Tuesday, Oct. 18. more
It’s time to use your voice in the fight against breast cancer. A karaoke open mic night will take place from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at the Hub Eatery, 222 Bleecker St. more
Cris Lewis of Whitesboro is a two-time breast cancer survivor or a bilateral survivor. To help her cope with the news, she got a puppy. more
Real Men Wear Pink, a campaign to help advocate and raise funds for breast cancer awareness and research, will kick off on Thursday, Oct. 6. more
Joan Burress of Frankfort was diagnosed with an extremely aggressive form of breast cancer. She would like to remind others that you are not alone in your fight. more
Known as a place where patients become more like family, Mohawk Glen Radiology at 91 Perimeter Road has a 24-year history of combining compassionate care with the latest technology. more
See how the Sauquoit community has created awareness. more
In the summer of 2016, Lisa Abel of Whitesboro knew something was not quite right. more
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