Saturday, October 13, 2012

Wash Away the Pink

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Learn more about what's going on under the pretty pink:

This author makes some great points:

This is a calm article that will hopefully get people to think twice without making them feel as if they are going over to the woo-woo hippie side lol. It just guides the reader through basic, reasonable questions that will reveal the scam pretty easily:

Here's an article that cites a published paper:

Hmm, what do you think about this? I know it's common, and part of the nonprofit sector. Common doesn't necessarily spell right though:

I love this article b/c it is concerned about the accurate details of BOTH sides. It can be tempting to promote thermography as the no-fail solution to avoid mammography. But a lot of change has to take place in the general culture, medical community and technology itself:

Want to really promote prevention? Breastfeed:

For those who need a mainstream article to share with their friends and families:

An author talks about bras and their potential connection to breast cancer:

A cancer therapy I was introduced to in my childhood, and have seen benefit friends and family members since:

The title says it all to me...are there still people who think mammograms are the best thing since sliced bread? Women deserve to know it is not a benign, perfect test:

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