Take the Pink Ribbon Challenge

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October is breast cancer awareness month. As a health care worker, I see and dealt a lot of patients even friends going through the battle of breast cancer. This month I would like to join the pink ribbon challenge. Just click the pink ribbon to help one woman save life by getting free mammogram. If you may join with me and pass the pink ribbon challenge. These links are ONLY for “Pink Ribbon Challenge” participants, any links not related to the Pink Ribbon Challenge will be deleted. Grab the code at Things We Share and post it in your blog entry. Please post only the Pink Ribbon Challenge actual post link here and help The Breast Cancer Site and National Breast Cancer Foundation Inc. by spreading the Pink Ribbon Challenge.

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  1. zezebel says:

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    Thanks for reminding me about this Steve. Will add this later.

  2. Jennifer is Always Sick says:

    The code is jacked up. The image just clicks to the image itself. The screwed up the copy and paste. I’ve let them know, but since you already have it on here, I thought you might want to change it. The ribbon is supposed to go to:


    Thanks for posting this. I’ve joined in on the awareness.

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Jennifer
      I thought that when i clicked on it earlier and couldn’t find anything about it.

      Thank you very much for the link i have added and fixed it 🙂

  3. Nihad says:

    thanks for the link. i have to add this as well.

  4. FreeMoneyMaker says:

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    Just enter my site steve.

  5. Edith@Poems says:

    And this is really true that by clicking the pink ribbon I can help one woman save life by getting free mammogram? How does this work?

  6. Tanmay@signs of breast cancer says:

    i also joined in this campaign

  7. I clicked the ribbon. I have been meaning to add it to my blog all month! I walk in a brain of fog….

  8. Grace says:

    Good post, Steve. Let us make everybody aware of this. 🙂

  9. mona says:

    in our place we just finished the walk and run for a cause, for the benefit of breast cancer patient.

  10. Khaye says:

    I would love to join but don’t actually know how to copy that link or how it was suppose to work? I’m not new to blogging. But things like this are beyond my knowledge. Please, help!

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Khaye
      Hi Khaye, just start a new post etc then copy and paste the code into the post and publish, that’s it 🙂

      Go to Things We Share the code is there in the left sidebar to copy and paste into your post 🙂

  11. Marg says:

    That is such a good idea. I put my name down for a post and I really didn’t do one today. But will do one soon. Does it all have to be today??
    Great post.

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Marg
      Hi Marg thanks for your feedback, i am not sure all i know is that you need to grab the code from Things We Share your link will be deleted otherwise, but i do not know how long,

      Hope this helped 🙂

  12. Wendy Irene says:

    Love the name of your blog! What an important message to spread!

  13. anne says:

    Just visited here tonight, and this reminds me of the breast awareness month thanks for posting

  14. Comedy Plus says:

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    Such an important cause. I’ve a friend that’s not going to survive. She thought she had it beat, but alas it returned. It’s so very sad.

    Have a terrific day. 🙂

  15. French Macaroons says:

    Such a good cause. It is nice to see more people getting involved. I think it is important to make certain that we aren’t just looking for “awareness”…but cures. Many people are aware, but what are we doing to help cure it? I feel good about helping out such a good cause and all of y’all should too!


  16. There are plenty of ways to get involved with promoting awareness, but let’s examine a couple of the most popular ones. You will also see how breast cancer awareness promotional items can help inform people about the dangers of the disease, as well as encourage them to get involved with raising money for the cure. Yours is such a good cause as well!

  17. Brian says:

    I’ve already clicked the ribbon. I think it’s a great thing to have the chance to help one woman save life by just doing a click.

  18. When my mom died of Breast Cancer last 2008, I have joined several groups with efforts in promoting awareness and helping women with this ailment. I think with a little help we can aide that person who is trying to survive this preventable disease. Thank for this, I have clicked on that pink ribbon and I know I have helped someone.