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Friday, October 5, 2007

Early Detection Save Lives


See below for details for receiving your free Outlook Express Stationery
to use when you send email to your friends utilizing the above image design
for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Click image for better view.

As most people know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and it is a good time to address the importance of (BSE) Breast Self-Examination. It is widely known that early detection can save lives. One thing I have found astounding though, is that many women do not do regular self examinations. Now I am not sure of their reasons for this, but it is a relatively simple process. I have heard too that some women express the feeling that, "well breast cancer can never happen to me". The following is a link to an excellent 7 or 8 minute video on how to perform a BSE. It is very straightforward and will no doubt answer all of your questions about this very simple but important process.

Here are some helpful resources in regards to Breast Cancer:

For your free Outlook Express Stationery commemorating Breast Cancer Awareness Month click on the following link to download this stationery I made for you and save to your hard drive. All you need to do then is to open the file and it will open up in Outlook Express. When the e-mail opens just click "Forward" at the top and type your e-mail and VOILA! The stationery has a pretty pink textured background with the above image which I found on the Internet (Google Images) and I have included a quotation on the stationery by Christopher Reeve.

"Once you choose hope, anything's possible."

If you run into any problems with the stationery just e-mail me at:

and I will be more than happy to e-mail you the stationery.

The above link is good only for 100 downloads
or for 7 days from the date of this post.

Remember.....

Early Detection Saves Lives!

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