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Pink in the Rink—Feb 8

Join us for this FUNdraising event with the Manchester Monarchs!
Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, NH
Sat, Feb 8, 2014 — 7 PM

Since the start of this event, the Manchester Monarchs have donated over $40,000 to the Breast Care Center at CMC to support new technologies that can help detect cancer earlier thus leading to better outcomes for patients.

One in eight women is diagnosed with breast cancer each year in this country. This growing epidemic unfortunately touches many lives in our community. Luckily, treatment options and advancements are rapidly being made for this dreadful disease. Your donation will be used in support of emerging technologies which will assist with cancer detection, diagnosis and treatment. We know that early diagnosis leads to better outcomes. The most accurate testing and diagnosis can lead to the best treatment plan possible for patients.

There is no greater gift one can give than the gift of hope. By supporting Pink in the Rink, you can help the staff at CMC’s Breast Care Center obtain the tools they need to care for their patients and to create hope for a healthy tomorrow.

For ticket information please visit: http://manchestermonarchs.com/tickets/special/pinkpack/

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