We honour survivors of breast cancer and those we’ve lost – Jill Biden

We honour survivors of breast cancer and those we’ve lost.

First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden has released a statement to honour survivors of cancer and those going through treatment as we enter #breastcancerawarenessmonth.

The world is yet to find a lasting medication or cure for cancer, a deadly disease that is estimated to be the number one killer on earth. Wife of Joe Biden said in order to remember people going through pain and gone souls, “the White House was illuminated in pink” hours ago to commence breast cancer awareness month.

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“Last night, the White House was illuminated in pink to start breast cancer awareness month in honour of survivors, those we’ve lost, and those going through treatment now. If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, know our hearts are with you, and we are fighting for a cure. And if you’re one of the many who put off your mammogram or other health screenings because of the pandemic, please schedule an appointment this month. It might save your life” the first lady tweeted.

Many lives have been lost through cancer across the world. Today, October first marks the beginning of breast cancer awareness month.

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