Latin Faces organization in New York City, this coming Sunday, October 6, 2013.
For the past two years we have been present at the Latino's Walk Against Cancer - walking towards a Cancer FREE future.
The Latin Faces organization was founded by breast cancer survivor, Fary De Leon. She has channeled her energies into
a mission in which she helps empower other women conquer cancer.
L.U.C.E.S. (Latinas Unidas Contra el Cancer del Seno) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to raise awareness to the Latino community on the prevention, risks, signs and symptoms of breast cancer.
L.U.C.E.S. believes that through education, informative workshops, events and resources will be able to bring light on this disease that affect our mujeres.
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If only you can plan your illnesses, better yet, not get ill at all, wouldn't that be great? But since you can't, the best thing to do is be prepared.
Having health insurance will not only help you meet your immediate healthcare needs, but help you live a healthier life as well. There are a lot of reasons why people don't bother with health insurance - rising cost of premiums, confusing terms, and impracticality. But whether you will need healthcare coverage often or rarely, the fact that you will be able to afford medical services if and when you need them is reason enough to at least think about getting a health plan.
Please Welcome Guest Blogger and Friend, Lois Fontanez-Molina
When my son Daniel was first diagnosed with Autism in May 2010, it was a heartbreaking event. At the time, I was a mom of two, Adriana is older than Daniel by 2 and a half years, and pregnant with my third child, Chloe. I didn't know much about autism but I knew that our lives as we knew it was about to change in a way that I couldn't imagine.