Breast Cancer

Discussion in 'Charities and Welfare' started by Spanish_Dave, Dec 30, 2006.

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  1. Spanish_Dave

    Spanish_Dave LE Good Egg (charities)

    Apparently taken from another forum The Breast Cancer site is having
    trouble getting enough people to click on their site daily to meet their
    quota of donating at least one free mammogram a day to an underprivileged woman.
    It takes less than a minute to go to their site and click on "Fund free
    mammogram" for free (pink window in the middle). This doesn't cost you a thing. Their corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate mammograms in exchange for advertising.

    Touchy Touchy
  2. I really admire you Spanish_dave for showing people on this site awarenss in helping people from america who are underprivileged and they are not able to pay for mammogram .

    There is also a British site where people can donate , as breast cancer also affects both Lady's and gentleman
    (with the c.o. permission )
  3. C.O.s (note the S) permission.... troll
  4. Where can I donate to have you locked up?
    Honestly, below average intelligence doesn’t even really scratch the surface with you does it.
  5. Dragging the thread back on topic, Breast Cancer Care are excellent. They have been very supportive in the past of military and dependants in Germany who have been affected by breast cancer, at a time when no specialist support was provided. Their support lines are very good, and include help for the spouse/partner of patients, who are often sidelined.

    They will also provide free literature and materials to med centres on request.

    This is also a good opportunity to report that progress is being made in setting up a proper support network in BFG for military/dependants affected by cancer. It's being organised by G1, Defence Medical Welfare and CancerBacup. It will include a website and helplines specific to the military, and represents a huge step forward.