Posts Tagged ‘Cancer


Do Something Beautiful Against Breast Cancer, Win Exciting Prizes!

Have you signed up for Avon’s Do Something Beautiful Against Breast Cancer?  Whether you will join the walk or the run, exciting prizes are in store for you as a participant.  See the poster below on the mechanics:

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Doing something beautiful is already rewarding and the Avon gift bag worth ₱5,000 to all runners is quite motivating, so if you still haven’t signed up, registration is on its last two weeks!

You may register online via or at the following sites:

  • Chris Sports
    • SM North Edsa
    • SM Megamall
    • SM Mall of Asia
    • Glorietta 3
    • Festival Mall
  • Fitness and Athletics
    • Bonifacio Global City

Avon Invites YOU to Do Something Beautiful Against Breast Cancer‏

(Press Release) Avon Philippines is once again leading the charge to gain further support for its Kiss Goodbye to Breast Cancer (KGBC) advocacy via the “Do Something Beautiful” campaign, the idea behind which is simple enough – it speaks to the Filipino’s innate trait of being matulungin or helpful, doing something for someone because you are capable and are willing to help another in need.

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Avon invites You to Do Something Beautiful Against Breast Cancer

(Press Release) Up to this day, breast cancer remains the top killer of Filipino women, creating an urgent call to every individual—not just those afflicted with the disease—to step up and take part in the fight against this life-threatening condition.

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Run Against Cancer

(Press Release) Cancer remains a leading cause of death worldwide according to the World Health Organization.  In 2008, it accounted for 7.6 million deaths (around 13% of all deaths).  About 70% of all cancer deaths occurred in low and middle income countries.  Deaths from cancer worldwide are projected to continue to rise to over 13.1 million in 2030.  (Source)

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LIVESTRONG Day Philippines 2012

From LIVESTRONG Day Philippines:

In the Philippines, cancer is the third leading cause of death.  Yet there are very little cancer prevention programs or consciousness programs.  What does this mean?  With little awareness or concern, for your relative, friend, officemate or you, this may mean, recognizing it too late, diagnosing too late or less chances of surviving.  In the Philippines, cancer survival rates are low.

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