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Central Virginia Affiliate
3 International Affiliates
Strengthen sponsorship efforts
Drive public policy efforts
Establish directions of education & grant outreach
Align strategic and operational plans
Over 9,000 Participants
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Save the Date: May 7, 2011!Central Virginia Race for the Cure®
Every day, cells in your body divide, grow and die. Most of the time cells divide and grow in an orderly manner. But sometimes cells grow out of control. This kind of growth of cells forms a mass or lump called a tumor. Tumors are either benign or malignant.
Breast cancer does not always come in the form of a lump.
Young women can and do get breast cancer, even in their 20s.
Be your own health advocate -- have your voice heard!
It is important to discuss any of these symptoms with a health care provider as soon as possible so that if breast cancer is present, it is more likely to be diagnosed at an early stage when it is most treatable.
For more information about breast
health or breast cancer:
1-877 GO KOMEN
www.komencentralva.org(this training will be available on the website)
Central Virginia Affiliate Phone (804) 358-7223
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