October 2015 marks the thirtieth anniversary of the first observed National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Since its inception in 1985, the month has grown to one where organizations of every kind -- from non-profits like Susan B. Komen to corporations like the NFL -- take time to recognize the need for continued research into this disease. Breast cancer affects people of all different races, ages, and genders. Although most commonly associated with women, about 1% of all new breast cancer cases are men. Breast Cancer Before the 20th Century The... Click to Read More
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