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Auto Repair Shops Across the Country Join Together to Put The Brakes on Breast Cancer

Auto Repair Shops Across the Country Join Together to Put The Brakes on Breast Cancer – Goal = $30,000

Auto Craftsmen is proudly supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by participating in the Brakes for Breast campaign fundraiser where during the month of October this independently-owned auto repair shop is joining 26 other independent auto repair shops representing 16 states across the U.S. by offering their customers FREE brake pads and also donating 10% of every brake service directly to The Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Research Fund.

The Brakes For Breasts fundraiser is different from most breast cancer fundraising campaigns which run during October because 100% of proceeds contributed by these independently-owned auto repair shops goes directly to the Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Fund to fund research of a vaccine which will lead to a cure for breast cancer, not just treatments for the disease.

Dr. Vincent Tuohy from The Cleveland Clinic has proven that his vaccine is 100% effective in preventing breast cancer in mice. His vaccine is ready for clinical trials in humans & funding is the only thing holding it back.

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Kellie Pickler Buzzes For Breast Cancer

Idol Star Alongside Sister and Cancer Survivor Summer Holt Miller Rock New Buzz Haircut for American Cancer Society
Athena® Water supports Kellie Pickler, her friend Summer Miller and the Cause

L to R: Kellie Pickler buzzes her hair to support friend Summer Holt Miller (on right).
Courtesy: Russ Harrington

Kellie Pickler has stood beside her best friend—a childhood friend who Pickler refers to as her “sister”—Summer Holt Miller throughout her breast cancer prognosis and subsequent treatment since receiving word of the diagnosis in June of this year, but yesterday in Nashville, Tenn., the inseparable duo took their stance against cancer one step further when they both buzzed their hair to bring awareness to the importance of early detection. As revealed on ABC’s Good Morning America exclusively, Pickler and Miller shared their story as Miller was just 36 years old when she received word of her diagnosis.  Read the rest of this entry