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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Every October, the narrative of the month centers around increasing awareness for the turbulent disease that we know as breast cancer. Literally, thousands of breast cancer charities spend the month educating people and inspiring hope within the millions of women worldwide who suffer from the disease on a daily basis. Various organizations and companies show their support, provide assistance, and raise awareness for the disease during the month of October.
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