ONE IN EIGHT
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women, except for skin cancers. About 12% of women in the US (1 in 8) will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime.
A lump or mass • Swelling of a breast • Skin irritation or dimpling • Breast or Nipple pain • Nipple retraction • Nipple redness or scaliness • Nipple discharge
The cancers that most often affect women are breast, colorectal, endometrial, lung, cervical, skin, and ovarian cancers. Knowing about these diseases and what you can do may save your life.
Keeping it local
The Pensacola Breast Cancer Association is a Pensacola, Florida-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2003. The Board of Directors is made up of all uncompensated volunteers, which enables us to devote the maximum amount possible to achieving our exempt purpose. Since inception in 2003, the PBCA has raised and distributed approximately $650,000 to local healthcare organizations that are consistent with our mission.
We are a local charity—All funds received stay here in the local community, to benefit our sisters, neighbors, and friends.
The mission of the Pensacola Breast Cancer Association is to raise money for education, screening and diagnosis of breast cancer in the Florida Panhandle indigent and under-insured patient population.
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