Wednesday, October 24, 2012

October--Cancer Awareness Month

I just received some information that I want to pass on to each and every one of you--male or female.  Breast cancer can and does happen to both sexes.  And chances are that you, at at least one time or another, has known someone who has waged war against one of the deadliest diseases known to mankind.

In the most radical cases, these cancer victims have had to choose to have one or both of their breasts removed.  Besides the scars that are left behind, many of these victims now deal with the belief that since their breasts are no longer attached to their bodies, they have lost their attractiveness to other people.  Very, very sad what these people go through. 

But help is on its way!  Hollywood actress and S Factor founder, Sheila Kelley, has just launched a new campaign "Redefining Sexy: Believe in Your Beauty" through a provocative video featuring true life stories of REAL women.  You can find it on the internet at

To view a raw and gritty video on this subject that will open your eyes and hearts, go to

This information is powerful and is something that I believe can drastically restore the quality of life for the people who have fought and won or who are fighting their current or future war against breast cancer.


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