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“My Life Has Always Been Painfully Average” By Dallis Vargas
Research   has   shown   that   women who   have   2   to   5   alcoholic   drinks daily   have   a   higher   risk   of   breast cancer   than   women   who   drink   only 1 drink a day or not at all.
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Due to the COVID19 Virus this event has been CANCELED.
The       Pink       SOCS       Foundation       is sponsoring    our    2nd    5K    Run/Walk    at Spring   Lake   Park,   South   Plainfield,   NJ.     The   2019   5K   run/walk   was   a   success,     let’s    make    this    year’s    5K    as    or    more successful    as    last    years.    Please    click below for more details .
Run to support the families affected by breast cancer and other cancers
Pink SOCS 5K Run/Walk 2020  Saturday, June 6, starts at 7:30 am            
More details to come soon, check back.
        Night    at    the    Races    has    become    a    favorite fundraising   event   for   the   Pink   SOCS   Foundation, it   is   for   this   reason   that   we   suggest   you   send   in your   entry   fee   as   soon   as   possible.   It   is   a   night filled   with   excitement,   raffles   and   fun.   Bring   your favorite    dish    (no    hard    liquor    is    allowed),    we'll supply    the    beer,    wine    and    soda    (cash    bar available).   10   exciting   races   to   bring   you   to   your feet    and    cheer    for    your    horse    (on    screen    of course).   Come   and   be   part   of   the   excitement   and help   raise   funds   to   help   support   the   Pink   SOCS Foundation's   mission   of   giving   money   directly   to the   families   that   are   affected   by   cancer.   Seats   go quickly,    "So    don't    delay,    buy    your    seats    and play".  Deadline is April 25, 2020
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Breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women. Getting mammograms regularly can lower the risk of dying from breast cancer.  click here
What is breast cancer? Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that starts in the cells of the breast. A malignant tumor is a group of cancer cells that can grow into (invade) surrounding tissues or spread (metastasize) to distant areas of the body. The disease occurs almost entirely in women, but men can get it, too.
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