breast cancer

Where's The Chair Wednesdays

Courtesy of American Cancer Society

Where's the Chair Wednesdays is a new campaign by the American Cancer Society. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Nick Derzis.

Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis has some shopping to do. Through the month of October, he has committed to wear something pink every single day. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Terry Shea.

During the last week of September, Wrapsody’s Hoover store will be hosting its annual Wrapped in Hope fundraiser for breast cancer. Read more


Hernan Prado

Photo courtesy of the American Cancer Society.

During the “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign, 26 select men from the Birmingham area have been nominated to serve as the “Pink Men” of Birmingham during breast cancer awareness month. Read more


Hope Floats

Photo courtesy of Sarah Brown.

From Hoover and Auburn, thousands of pink and white balloons will be released on Oct. 19 to honor survivors and victims of breast cancer. Read more


In October, Hoover gift store Wrapsody held a balloon release celebration to honor and remember breast cancer survivors and fighters. Read more


Shirley Parker

Photo courtesy of Shirley Parker.

Breast cancer survivor and Hoover resident Shirley Parker recently ran the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Read more


The origins of Birmingham’s Race for the Cure can be traced to a passionate survivor. Read more


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