Dino and Stacy

Toward a cancer-free world with The James

Hey its Stacy and I want to let you know that I am really excited about our first-ever Sunny 95 Team, For our Daughters, together for the cure taking part next weekend in the Komen Columbus Race for the Cure.  And as glad as I am to be a part of this important event again this year, I would love to see it come to an end.  Wouldn’t it be great to see an end to breast cancer…or ANY CANCER for that matter?  Well that is what our campaign with THE JAMES is all about.  I am proud to be bringing you information and details that could move us Toward a cancer-free world with THE JAMES.  This month, we are focusing on Breast cancer, and Mammograms.  There is no such thing as a routine mammogram.  You need to not only get a mammogram, but you need to get your mammogram performed and looked at by the very best experts.  You need to get a JAMES Mammogram!  For more information on why, and their Toward a cancer-free world initiative, click here:  Lets take the journey together!!

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