According to World Health Organization, Cancer is a leading cause of death around the world and they estimate that 84 million people will die of cancer between 2005 and 2015 without intervention.
On February 4th, we recognize World Cancer Day. All over the world, people raise awareness for Cancer in hopes of educating, preventing and finding a cure for this prevalent disease.
Recycle for Breast Cancer is a nationally recognized initiative focused on keeping electronic waste out of landfills. Electronic components have chemicals that are health hazards when released into our soil, water and air and can contribute to disease, including Cancer. Recycle for Breast Cancer provides a FREE recycling program so that anyone, anywhere, can participate in responsible electronics disposal. Free prepaid shipping labels, envelopes, collection boxes or they will send a truck to your home or business to pick up your used electronics.
Who would have thought 25 years ago, we would have a World Cancer Day? Cancer has become way too common in our culture…especially for innocent children. See the staggering statistics at Verde Mom’s Blog here: http://verdemom.wordpress.com/2011/01/29/kids-cancer-and-cosmetics/.