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Today real men wear PINK, because cancer doesn't know April from June or December from January, which is why it can strike any one at any time. Despite the fact that men don't have breast like ladies. All people, whether male or female, are born with some breast cells and tissue. Since it is still breast tissue, men can get pectoral cancer. Men get the same sorts of breast tumors that ladies do. Although breast cancer in men is rare. this year an estimated 2,600 men will be diagnosed with pectoral cancer and approximately 440 will die. Less than 15 percent of women who get breast cancer have a family member who has been diagnosed with the disease, and about one in eight U.S. women will develop breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. In 2016, it is estimated that there will be 246,660 new cases of female breast cancer and an estimated 40,450 people will die of this disease. For more information on mammography, and for a list of the R.W.J. Barnabas Health mammography locations or to schedule an appointment by visiting


There are Police Department though out the U.S. that support breast cancer by using pink handcuffs, squad cars and more to support breast cancer awareness. Even so, male breast cancer is very rare... Men carry a higher mortality than women do, primarily because awareness among men is less and they are less likely to assume a lump is pectoral cancer. Self examination is very important, early warning signs In men is usually detected as a hard lump underneath the nipple and areola can exhibit the same symptoms as breast cancer in women which can cause a delay in treatment.

New York Police Department Pink. Cops Are Really Getting Into Breast Cancer Awareness

NYPD officers are competing for pinkest precinct. Lt. Cucuzza has a strong entry for #NYPDBlueGoesPink check out his pink lights are a nice touch. 41st Precinct with pink shirts had last year and 8 day challenge. Going all out by equipping cops with pink nightsticks and dyeing their horses pink in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Greenfield Massachusetts Police Department

Police officers in Greenfield, Massachusetts have ‘gone pink’ in order to raise awareness for the disease! the police department said. “All of our officers have changed their collar pins, which were blue and white state seals to pink and white pins which states ‘ARREST BREAST CANCER — UNLOCK THE CURE’ surrounding a pink ribbon and a pair of handcuffs.

“Some of our officers have even replaced their on duty silver handcuffs with pink ones and will be using them during the course of their work day,” the statement added. “Help us ARREST BREAST CANCER by spreading the word and by making your own early detection plan.”


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