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Let's end Breast Cancer Together _ 100% profit donated
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Graceful Art Deco lily is lovely by daylight; by night, add a candle to the amber glass flower to cast an enchanting glow. A designer’s delight!
If you buy this cool candle holder 100% of the profits will go to the Susan G. Komen breast cancer walk.
Remember that Breast Cancer could occur in ANYONE.
Make a difference and help us end it!
"Because 10 million women around the world could die from breast cancer in the next 25 years, we continue to fight every minute of every day to save every life." Susan G. Komen
This year, the American Cancer Society (ACS) reports that more than 211,000 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40,000 deaths will be attributed to the disease. Breast cancer also occurs in men, and this year more than 460 men in the U.S. will die from breast cancer. Because there is no known cure for breast cancer, awareness, education and early detection are our best defenses against the disease. According to the ACS, there is a 97 percent survival rate when breast cancer is caught early, before it spreads to other parts of the body.
Breast cancer in women is spreading at very rapid speed.. it should be treted before it gets worse.. People should come up an donate for those women who are helpless and cannot go for teh treatment...cmon people raise your hands for teh good cause..
Great, yes and this hubber copy pasted their hub in here to get traffic. I have sent an e-mail to explain. Are you aware of the rules? You have been here four months. I have been here five weeks.
Yes Breast Cancer is a killer. there are 130,000 hubbers on this site, what is the point of hubs, if we post them in the forum?
I agree, Faybe. VERY important topic... But, this is not the appropriate spammy way to deal with it.
On principle I wouldn't support a site like this and irrespective of how the OP presents it.. this is spam and taking advantage of a highly emotional issue effecting 1000s.
100% of your profit huh?
After what Expenses?
Try donating 100% of YOUR EXPENSES and get some Credibility!!
breast cancer is in men and women so everyone should check ... i agree posting a hub in a forum is not the way to go ... i am currently working on a breast cancer hub and have asked for stories with no luck but after weeks of putting it off and then back on again and back off again i am just gonna roll with it lol
awareness needs to be spread but this was not the way to do it i dont think
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