I Didn't Wear Pink for Breast Cancer This October (And Here's Why)

November 6, 2014 3:47 AM

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I Didn't Wear Pink for Breast Cancer This October (And Here's Why)

Ribbons are handed out, sporting events hold specific games where athletes all wear special uniforms, entire buildings are lit up in bright hues, and many women dye sections of their hair. Generally, October feels like a month long stroll through the Barbie aisle at the local toy store.

Since the symbol of the pink ribbon was introduced in 1991, the wear pink for breast cancer movement has increased exponentially. In the mid 1980s, the American Cancer Society and Imperical Chemical Industries (a breast cancer drugs manufacturing company) created National Breast Cancer Awareness Mon...

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