Talk about true prevention. Mammograms carry health risks, both to body and mind, which may outweigh the benefits for many women. This is a shame because Laura Esserman , who happens to be a heroine of mine. Yet, long-term epidemiology studies have demonstrated that the removal of 50, to 60, DCIS lesions annually has not been accompanied by a reduction in the incidence of invasive breast cancers. The rate of DCIS detection in was 3.
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Main article: Pinkwashing breast cancer Komen is a key entity in the controversy over pinkwashing. The term "pinkwashing" has been used to describe two different situations; 1 organizations getting disproportionately large amounts of publicity for donating very little, and 2 organizations that use the pink ribbon to promote products that may be carcinogenic. On Mother's Day, breast cancer survivors were eligible to be used as bat girls in games where pink bats were used. Several water bottle retailers have partnered with the Komen Foundation.
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Thanks to my brother, Mark, for doing this. I always get some heat about posting essays about the stupid things people say to those with cancer. I know people come here expecting to learn. People inevitably vary in their responses to what people say. After all, responses to books, movies, and comedians are all over the place.