Help Keep Company Insurance Cost Down! Tres Mali a Breast Cancer Survivor: A Black-American Experience!® on Angels Do Speak!®: TMSC International® Management & Leadership

Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon on TMSC International® Management & Leadership

—Some live in the Past!
Some live in the hopes of a Future!
Living in the Present is a Gift!
Tres Mali 12/11/2008 A Black-American Experience!® & Angels Do Speak!®
At 9:30 pm.m on 5/16/2012 I had a vision of what looks like women concerned about Breast Cancer. In the Late 1980s, I personally had a lump removed from my left Breast. I wear a Fuchsia Bow Ribbon on my purse. It Reminds me that I have overcome a terrifying experience. A Pink Ribbon is Breast Cancer Awareness. A Fuchsia Bow Ribbon is my Breast Cancer Survival. With early detection and immediate responseyou can have a better opportunity to survive Breast Cancer. Tres Mali
Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon on Angels Do Speak!®

Help keep your company’s insurance cost down. Prevention, early detection and immediate treatments reduce medical cost. Health education and fairs inform employees of symptoms, vacations and sick days allow rest for a healthier employee.

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