Payless supports Breast Cancer fight with sale of special items

Wood-Ridge football players wore pink equipment at Sunday's game against Emerson High School.
Credits Faith C. Ballantine-Armonaitis

Wood-Ridge football players wore pink equipment at Sunday's game against Emerson High School. Credits Faith C. Ballantine-Armonaitis

Mark Pescator, a police officer who has been working for LPD for the past 15 years, said both his grandmother and mother were diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women, but in many cases, it can be treated if caught early.

Sieger said the department has raised thousands of dollars since it began selling shirts in 2011 and has donated the monies raised to Relay for Life of Cooke County and various breast cancer charities.

Pescator and his family are now real proponents for shedding light on breast cancer and participate in Relays for Life to help spread awareness about the importance of yearly checkups. The stamps may also be purchased by phone, 800-STAMP-24 (800-782-6724), or online here. The program will also kick off a drive that will be long as a month to raise at least $1000 each of the services for patients of breast cancer and local education for breast cancer. They braved the elements for the Paint the Town Pink breast cancer awareness walk at the Mo'ikeha Building. Low income women die from breast and cervical cancer more often than other women.

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Dr. Lydia Schrader, breast surgeon and Comprehensive Breast Care medical director, and nurse practitioner Dara McKinley will talk about breast cancer's prevalence, risk factors and prevention, along with how to identify signs of the disease. Early detection means easier treatment. "We can beat this, and we just want you to know that whatever, we are here for you and we support this cause 110 percent", Wilson said. Each week this month I will highlight important information about breast cancer.

Kelly Rains said the fire department was very supportive during her battle.

According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control, one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime.

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