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CPRS donates $700 to the "Feel your Boobies" Foundation

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This is the third year that CPRS created a "Pink T-shirt" to not only unite with the rest of the world as we support breast cancer patients, survivors, and remember those who have gone before us, but it also serves as a great reminder about beast cancer prevention. The "Feel your Boobies" foundation spends most of its time and resources impacting the lives of young women and educating them on early prevention/detection. They are making resources available to college-aged women all across the country, and we are fortunate to be apart of that movement. Learn more about the "Feel your Boobies" Foundation- here.


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