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Oct 17, 2012

Stamp Out Breast Cancer

The Go-to Gals are helping to spread the news about a great program by A Muse Studio for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
From A Muse: We all know someone who has been affected by breast cancer… a sister, mother, friend.  But the good news is that now more than ever, breast cancer is highly treatable through early detection!  Simply put: early detection saves lives, and spreading the word is something all of us behind A Muse Studio are deeply passionate about, so we knew we needed to find a way to encourage and empower women about this vital health issue—what better time than Breast Cancer Awareness month?
For the month of October, our goal is to reach 10,000 women by giving away 10,000 American Cancer Society breast health info pamphlets with a fun, coordinating Fight Like A Girl stamp set!

You can order your set here!
The breast health education pamphlet you receive with Fight Like A Girl contains info about conducting monthly self-exams and other considerations we each need to know to stay crafting happy and healthy for many years to come! And you can use the set’s push pin stamp on your calendar as a reminder for your monthly self-exam, mammograms, and doctor’s appointments. How fun!
Make sure to check out the other Go-to Gals sites for more information & some creative projects using these stamps:


8 comments :

  1. Thanks for sharing this information! Great stamp set.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  2. This is a great way to remember Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

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  3. thank you for helping to spread the word on this terrible disease.

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  4. Wow I really love this stamp set. Wish I could order it from AS!

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  5. I miss seeing a card from you on the Go-To Gal hop, but greatly appreciate your effort to get this info out. I've hopped and ordered the set. Hope to see you on the next hop.

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  6. Thanks for helping to get the word out. Too many woman (and men) are dying from this devasting illness.
    Lisa D.

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  7. What a great Blog Hop this one and a terrific way to promote awareness of breast cancer! Thanks for helping spread the word, Julie.

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