The campaign is part of October's National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when wearing pink signifies support for breast cancer research. "Most of the women that walk in that don't have health insurance, they're coming to you because they felt something", explained Kay Page, owner of MMI Breast Center.
Breast cancer is still the second leading cause of cancer death in women.
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Gary Bowne is serving as the honorary chairman of the inaugural Real Men Wear Pink of Catawba County campaign put on by the American Cancer Society.
BREAST cancer starts in the tissues of the breast and the symptoms vary widely - from lumps to swelling to skin changes and many breast cancers have no obvious symptoms.
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The CDC developed the breast and cervical cancer early detection program giving those coming from low-income homes a chance to apply for free screenings.
"I would like to raise awareness that if breast or ovarian cancer runs in your family, there are ways of knowing whether you're at risk too", Hazelton said.
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Local breast cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers and corporate and community members will come together to make the greatest impact to save lives and ensure no one faces breast cancer alone at the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k Walk.