The Villages - October 2015 - (Page Cover2)
Local experts give you the facts about breast cancer,
including prevention and early detection. Also,
clear up misconceptions here.
Hope and Progress
There's good news about the medical field's latest
advances in breast cancer treatments. A local doctor
and breast cancer researcher shares the progress made
and encourages women not to lose hope.
A Community of Support
Lean On Me
Celebrating Life After Breast Cancer
The Villages becomes a sea of pink during October.
Take a glimpse at the breast cancer awareness
efforts of public safety, clubs and organizations,
businesses and more.
Find out why the Tri-County Breast Cancer Support
Group has become a trusted and valued gathering
place for women diagnosed with breast cancer.
The overwhelming majority of women diagnosed with
breast cancer live on and live well. Meet some incredible
residents diagnosed as recently as a few months ago
to almost three decades ago, and learn how they're
embracing and celebrating life after cancer.
Fall festivals are upon us in The Villages and residents
couldn't be more excited. Find out what you can look
forward to at three popular annual events this month
at the town squares.
October is Breast Cancer
Awareness Month. This
month and all year long, be an
advocate for early detection
and support research, too.
Cover Pink Background: Maria Dryfhout/iStock/Thinkstock
Knowledge is Power
Cover Ribbon: Eivaisla/iStock/Thinkstock
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The Villages - October 2015