10th Annual Luncheon & Boutique Breast Cancer Bow

Friday, November 1, 2013
10:30am - 2:30pm

Fairmont Washington Hotel
2401 M Street NW
Washington DC 20037
202.429.2400

12:00 pm Introduction by Greta Kreuz
Lunch served

Ticket Price: $175.00
R. S. V. P. by October 25, 2013

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    Since its inception in 2004, Living in Pink contributions have helped fund a variety of local and national research endeavors to further the prevention and treatment of breast cancer, inlcuding work done by:

    Eliot Rosen, MD, Ph.D. 2011
    Lombardi Cancer Center at Georgetown - more >>

    Koji Itahana, Ph.D. 2009
    University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill - more >>

    Sandra M. Swain, MD 2008
    Washington Cancer Institute at Washington Hospital Center - more >>

    Robert Strange, PhD 2007 & 2008
    University of Colorado - more >>

    Ehsan Samei, Ph.D. 2006
    Duke University Medical Center - more >>

    Ann-Marie Simeone 2005
    University of Texas - M.D. Anderson Cancer Center - more >>

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    Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, except for nonmelanoma skin cancers. The chance of developing invasive breast cancer at some time in a woman's life is about 1 in 7 (13.4%).

    It was estimated that in 2005 about 211,240 new cases of invasive breast cancer would be diagnosed among women in the United States.

    At this time there are slightly over 2 million women living in the US who have been diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer.

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    The mission of Living in Pink, founded in 2004 by two-time breast cancer survivor and mother of four, Michele Conley, is to help find a cure for breast cancer so that the next generation of women will not have to endure the emotional and physical pain of breast cancer surgery and treatment.