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summer   
summer

Just a click on the Breast Cancer site http://www.thebreastcancersite.com/ to pay for a free mammogram, it only takes a few seconds

 

Please tell ten friends to tell ten today! The Breast Cancer site is having trouble getting enough people to click on their site daily to meet their quota of donating at least one free mammogram a day to an underprivileged woman. It takes less than a minute to go to their site and click on 'donating a mammogram' for free (pink window in the middle).

 

This doesn't cost you a thing. Their corporate sponsors /advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate mammogram in exchange for advertising.

 

Here's the web site! Pass it along to people you know.

 

http://www.thebreastcancersite.com/

 

AGAIN,

PLEASE TELL 10 FRIENDS TO TELL 10 TODAY

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Punarbhava   
Punarbhava

Thanks for this post Summer.

 

 

I honoured your request. Just went into the site and clicked as per your instructions.

 

 

I will pass this along to a few friends.

 

 

What if we were to go into the site on a daily basis? It only took me seconds (not minutes) to support a worthy cause.

 

I'm going to place a note on my computer desk so I can click on the link each morning.

 

 

Punar

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summer   
summer

That's wonderful, Pun - and a great way for each of us to do our little part. It really does take only a few seconds. I try to remember to do it, yet forget often too. Maybe we could all remind one another.

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Punarbhava   
Punarbhava

That's wonderful, Pun - and a great way for each of us to do our little part. It really does take only a few seconds. I try to remember to do it, yet forget often too. Maybe we could all remind one another.

 

Did it yesterday and again today thanks to the note in front of my computer work space.

 

Hope every member (both male and female) takes a few seconds to click on the site since, it's NOT okay for any person (male or female) to be denied any form of health care.

 

 

Punar

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summer   
summer

Thanks for bumping this, Punar. :) I've been forgetting but will try to make up for it.

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Punarbhava   
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Thanks for bumping this, Punar. :) I've been forgetting but will try to make up for it.

 

 

No problemo Ms. Summer (Beautiful Queen of Blueberryland). BTW, I thought it was very compassionate and caring of you to start this thread and I honour your spirit for doing so.

 

 

I will now proceed to do engage in "the click".

 

 

BTW, thanks to you too Nadia! I love when people take the time to make a difference in someone else's life. I honour your spirit as well!

 

 

Punar

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Punarbhava   
Punarbhava

Hugs Punar... just clicked! :D

 

 

Return Hugs Ms. Summer.

 

 

Going to embark on another click.

 

 

Punar

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pink   
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Just clicked.

I had a scare last year myself ,all turned out well .

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summer   
summer

Just clicked.

I had a scare last year myself ,all turned out well .

 

Thanks for reminding me...

 

Glad all was well with you!

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angie007   
angie007

Hi Summer,

 

I come here everyday for a free click - all for a brilliant cause!!!!

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summer   
summer

 

I come here everyday for a free click - all for a brilliant cause!!!!

 

So good! And, you reminded me as well!

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Punarbhava   
Punarbhava

Just clicked.

I had a scare last year myself ,all turned out well .

 

 

So sorry to hear this Pink. I myself had such a scare a few years ago so I completely understand. Glad to hear that things turned out well for you. Luckily, I too was okay.

 

 

Time to do the "click".

 

 

Punar

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Punarbhava   
Punarbhava

Forgot to mention:

 

 

So nice to see others joining The Breast Brigade.

 

 

Punar

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Just clicked.

I had a scare last year myself ,all turned out well .

 

 

So sorry to hear this Pink. I myself had such a scare a few years ago so I completely understand. Glad to hear that things turned out well for you. Luckily, I too was okay.

 

 

Time to do the "click".

 

 

Punar

 

 

Glad your o.k.too Punar

 

where I live is a small isolated town and we have a breast screen bus come to town every year fully equiped with mammogram machine (not sure what you call it) the squasher .Women over fifty can have free mammograms every two years here and last year was my first visit . Very frightening at the time but all turned out well.

 

Off to "click"

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summer   
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Since we are admitting... I had a scare also... actually more than a scare... too long of a story... but, it's been 15 years I'm happy to say - and it's all good! I don't miss my yearly mammo appointment!

 

Clicked this morning.

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pink   
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Thanks for sharing summer glad your still here to talk about it. :)

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summer   
summer

Since we are admitting... I had a scare also... actually more than a scare... too long of a story... but, it's been 15 years I'm happy to say - and it's all good! I don't miss my yearly mammo appointment!

 

Clicked this morning.

 

 

Hmmmm... thought I'd better clarify... I meant that I have a mammo every summer, without fail.

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brighteningup   
brighteningup

Also clicking.

 

My Mum was successfully treated for cancer in early 60s after it was picked up by a scan.

 

As it was caught early she didn't need chemo and she's been in remission for 9 years now.

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Also clicking.

 

My Mum was successfully treated for cancer in early 60s after it was picked up by a scan.

 

As it was caught early she didn't need chemo and she's been in remission for 9 years now.

 

So good to hear this! :)

 

 

Clicked.

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Punarbhava   
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Glad your o.k.too Punar

 

where I live is a small isolated town and we have a breast screen bus come to town every year fully equiped with mammogram machine (not sure what you call it) the squasher .Women over fifty can have free mammograms every two years here and last year was my first visit . Very frightening at the time but all turned out well.

 

Off to "click"

 

Thank you Pink! Good to hear that your town provides free mammos. We have universal health care in my country and thus, are able to receive free yearly mammos.

 

 

BTW, I do understand the fear that you felt.

 

 

Click time once again.

 

Punar

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Punarbhava   
Punarbhava

Since we are admitting... I had a scare also... actually more than a scare... too long of a story... but, it's been 15 years I'm happy to say - and it's all good! I don't miss my yearly mammo appointment!

 

Clicked this morning.

 

 

Oh geez........so sorry you had to encounter this health crisis Ms. Summer but I'm so very happy that you are now okay and continue to be.

 

 

Bright, so happy to hear that your mother is okay and doing well.

 

 

Punar

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Also clicking.

 

My Mum was successfully treated for cancer in early 60s after it was picked up by a scan.

 

As it was caught early she didn't need chemo and she's been in remission for 9 years now.

 

Brighteningup Glad to hear your mum is o.k.

It just goes to show how important it is to keep this service going we all seem to know someone who has been effected.

 

 

Punar I think we have a good health system here in Australia but universal sounds better .

have a nice day everyone

 

click time.

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Punarbhava   
Punarbhava

Quote by Pink: Punar I think we have a good health system here in Australia but universal sounds better .

have a nice day everyone

 

click time.

 

 

Hey Pink.....

 

Our Universal health care does have it's problems along with gaps and inequities however, I am grateful for what we do have.

 

 

I'm not familiar with the system in Australia though and who knows your system may even be better than ours in many ways. (lol)

 

You have a nice day as well Pink!

 

 

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angie007   
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Hey i tried to click 14 times as ive had no internet connection for that long, and it

wouldnt let me lol, but i will make up for all those missed clicks now im back.

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summer   
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Hey Angie... it only allows you to click once a day.

 

My turn... :D

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