Jay Pinckney via Crowdrise
July 29, 2015
BENEFITING: Florida Breast Cancer Resource Network Corp.
This funraiser's purpose, and design is to save lives, and to promote fellow world-wide education, care, aggressive treatment, professional therapeutical recovery methods that work.
Furthermore, I believe that collectively as a whole, we can ultimately eliminate the deadly disease called breast cancer. Thus, we should be able to assist and afford individualized effective rehabilation, recourse, support, encouragement, hope, promise, and a new beginning.
Whether that be financially, domestically, spiritually, physically, emotionally, educationally, or all of the above. Together, as one man, we can achieve more, and see lasting results.
Simultaneously, confronting the root causes of illment and aggressively, intelligently, and resourcefully, refusing to allow another life to be wrecked and silenced through pain, suffering, and the lack of proper medical treatment. Assisting, collectively, on a global scale of 'making a difference'. Seizing every opportunity to bring more to the table of life to level the playing field for others to experience if they so choose to follow on the historical steps of Jen Wetter.
For some this maybe the road less traveled. Yet, from this moment on that will no longer be the song of your music genre.
Symptoms of Breast Cancer
Breast cancer may or may not cause symptoms. Some women may discover the problem themselves, while others may have the abnormality first detected on a screening exam. Breast pain is not a common symptom of breast cancer. Some of the possible signs and symptoms include:
Non-painful lumps or masses
Lumps or swelling under the arms
Nipple skin changes or discharge
Changes in the feel, size, or shape of the breast tissue
Therefore, let's make it a point of our consecrated efforts to fight back without reservation, to stand our ground with all those the world-over that have to fight for the right to live and breath on purpose. Let's work, dance and move to the same song of "unity we stand, divided we fall".