Breast cancer survivor Lynda Lambert shares why early detection is so important
You may know her from her radio personality career, but Lynda Lambert is just like any of the one in eight women who will get breast cancer. She was standing in the parking lot of the market on a rainy March afternoon putting groceries in her car when she received the call from her doctor. She was told she had breast cancer. Everything stood still in that moment.
1. Help kiss cancer goodbye by donating at least $10 at LetsKissAndTell.com between now and Oct. 26, 2016. Funds raised benefit breast cancer prevention and early detection through the Norton Healthcare Foundation.
2. Tell the women you love — your mother, your sister, your bestie, yourself — to schedule a mammogram at NortonHealthcare.com/Mammography.
Then … Kiss and tell a friend to do the same! Issue the challenge to three friends on Facebook using #KissAndTell.