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Los Alamos National Laboratory is doing its part to raise awareness of breast cancer by holding a number of events in October.
In conjunction with national Breast Cancer Awareness Month, LANL started its “Think Pink for the Cure” campaign the week of Oct. 3.
Events, though, are from over. Coming up this month will be a:
• Cancer care resource fair, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Oct. 19, Otowi Building cafeteria side rooms.
• A 1.5-mile run/walk, 12:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at TA-3. Sign up at 11 a.m. outside the Otowi Building. Volunteers are needed.
• “Tips and Pearls on Breast Cancer,” 12:05 p.m., Oct. 25, Occupational Medicine Conference Room (TA-3, Building 1411). Nurse practitioner Karen Knapp will lead the discussion, offering tips on lifestyle changes to help prevent breast cancer, how to detect it as well as current treatment options. Register online.
“As a breast cancer survivor, I know how a diagnosis of breast cancer can impact not only the person receiving the diagnosis, but their family members, friends and coworkers,” said Wynona Holton of LANL’s System Integration Group. “All of us have been in some way touched by cancer.”
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