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#ThinkPink #GetChecked #WearYOURpink #TogetherWEcan

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The month of October has come and gone but we all know that the Big C is here to stay.

We at The Voice On fashion said goodbye October, Goodbye cancer awareness month but we continue to march and fight this global epidemic.

With awareness comes education, strength in numbers and hope.

#ThinkPink #GetChecked #WearYOURpink #TogetherWEcan

So, in the quest to raise awareness, for the whole of last week dressing and thinking PINK with invigorating infusion of determination, courage and strength.

This determination and perseverance doesn’t stop here. We ask YOU to help us raise awareness, support the fighting, admire the survivors and honor the departed all year round by donning the colour of unconditional love, compassion, nurturing, sensitivity and HOPE- PINK.

Someone depends on you for their strength. Be someone’s rock and lets all delight in this march to educate, inspire and be mood lifters.

Remember, Your voice is your gift, use it.

#ThinkPink #GetChecked #WearYOURpink #TogetherWEcan

A special hearty round of thank you to Bojelo Marari, Precious Uampimbi, Karabo Giddie, Basetsana Star Dikobe for following the movement with us!!

Join in, #ThinkPink #GetChecked #WearYOURpink #TogetherWEcan

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#ThinkPink #GetChecked #WearYOURpink #TogetherWEcan

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FACTS FROM WHO (WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION)
PHOTOGRAPHY | KAGOGRAPHY 76605357
MAKE-UP | Bojelo Marari 76 449 850

FACT1: There are 28 million cancer survivors worldwide. Let’s stand together.
FACT2: About 70% of all cancer deaths occur in low and middle income countries.
FACT3: Tobacco use, alcohol use, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity are the main cancer risk factors worldwide
FACT4: 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime
FACT5: Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women
FACT6: A significant proportion of cancers can be cured, by surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy, especially if detected early.
FACT7: It is expected that annual cancer cases will rise from 14 million in 2012 to 22 within the next 2 decades.