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It's time to GO PINK! WMDT 47 has teamed up with Good Morning America and ABC News to Go Pink for breast cancer awareness month.

Approximately one in eight American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer over her lifetime. This year alone, that's 232,340 women who will learn they have invasive breast cancer. The disease is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among American women, right after lung cancer.

Scroll down to find links to many other resources. Share these with your friends and join the fight against breast cancer.

You can also take the Pink Pledge by clicking here.

Send your pink pictures to newsroom@wmdt.com or share them on the WMDT 47 News Facebook page.

 

A local Delmarva non-profit that helps women with their journey through breast cancer

Find out how to join the Making Strides event near you!

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