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LITCL Countdown Day #4 Fact & Giveaway: 22 ways to support someone living with cancer

14 Oct

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DAY #4 FACT

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22 Ways to Support Somone Living Life in the Cancer Lane

Know someone diagnosed with cancer, don’t know what to say or do? Health.com provides 22 ways to show up, be present & support someone living life in the cancer lane!

Source: Health.com

Day #4 GIVEAWAY

$25 Gift Certificate to Daily Dose Grill

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One winner announced on our Facebook page on 10/15!

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LITCL Countdown Day #5 Fact: QUIZ! How much do you know about breast cancer?

13 Oct

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DAY #5 FACT

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How much do you REALLY know about breast cancer?

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we can’t think of a better reason for you to find out just how much you really know about this disease. Take our interactive quiz below to learn facts, figures, the latest research and how you can lower your risk.

Learn more at WomensDay.com and TAKE THE QUIZ!

Source:Women’s Day

Day #5 GIVEAWAY

TWO TICKETS TO LIFE in the CANCER LANE with PARKING PASS!

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One winner announced on our Facebook page on 10/14!

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LITCL Countdown Day #6 Fact: Some good news about breast cancer trends!

12 Oct

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Good news about breast cancer trends!

In recent years, perhaps coinciding with the decline in prescriptive hormone replacement therapy after menopause, we have seen a gradual reduction in female breast cancer incidence rates among women aged 50 and older. Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990, in part to better due to screening and early detection, increased awareness, and continually improving treatment options.

Source: NationalBreastCancer.org

Day #6 GIVEAWAY

TWO MATINEE TICKETS TO LIFE in the CANCER LANE plus a parking pass!

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One winner announced on our Facebook page on 10/13!

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LITCL Countdown Day #7 Fact: Differences between screening and diagnostic mammograms

11 Oct

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DAY #7 FACT

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What’s the difference between a screening and diagnostic mammogram?

There are a number of important differences between a screening mammogram and a diagnostic mammogram. And you should definitely understand the differences before your exam and ensure your prescription reflects the appropriate test. The basic difference, however, is that the screening mammo is used generally to look for signs of cancer. A diagnostic mammo investigates possible problems.

Learn more at Cancer.org.

Source: Cancer.org

Day #7 GIVEAWAY

TWO TICKETS TO LIFE in the CANCER LANE!

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One winner announced on our Facebook page on 10/12!

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Life in the Cancer Lane Actor Spotlight: Dineta Williams-Trigg

11 Oct

B011_webDineta Williams-Trigg lives in the Valley and has appeared in many stage and film productions, including American Pasterla, 24 Hour Theater ProjectThe Fire in Minerva, and Out to Lunch.

You can see her bright smile in The Dog Wedding, DEATHTXT 2, and Lost Cause. Most recently, she was seen as the featured back up singer in the video “Dream Of A Better Life” for recording artist Rick Kelly.

Dineta thanks the Pinkwellchick Foundation, cast and crew for allowing her to be a part of such a phenomenal project.

LAUGH. CRY. CHEER … and leave TRANSFORMED!

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Herberger Theater Center-Stage West, 222 E. Monroe, Phoenix, AZ 85004

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**Use links to order tickets online or call (602) 252-8497**

2:00 pm Performance
$40.00-$60.00

7:30 pm Performance (reception at 6:30 pm)
$60.00-$80.00

Special thanks to our Diamond and Platinum Sponsors:

Herberger Theater Center, Kimpton Hotels, The Greater Hudson Valley Chapter of The Links, Inc., the Watson Family, Leslie M. Gray, Jemina Bernard, Cox Communications & Advocate Health Care

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