Unfortunately, there is no cure for breast cancer yet. Thankfully, we all can help in the fight to find a cure.
Rolodex is proud to support City of Hope and their efforts in the fight against breast cancer. From January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2014 Rolodex will donate $25,000 to City of Hope for research, treatment, and education.
You can show your support with the special Rolodex "Resilient Pink"
36 and 72 count business card books, 50-page journal, padfolio or 200-sleeve pink rotary card file.
Ways You Can Help
About City of Hope
- Make a donation to the City of Hope in honor of a woman you know
- Participate in a local Walk for Hope event
- Encourage women in your life to get their annual mammograms
- Volunteer at a cancer treatment center in your area
City of Hope Cancer Center is at the forefront of some of the nation's most promising breast cancer research and treatment programs and conducting a number of promising clinical trials that are helping to redefine the standards of care for breast cancer patients at medical centers nationwide. This research involves establishing innovative breast cancer research protocols, including bone marrow transplantation (BMT), new anticancer drugs, radiotherapy, breast conserving surgery, gene therapy, immunologic treatments and quality-of-life studies.
Today, over 2 million women nationally suffer from breast cancer. To meet their urgent needs, City of Hope has made a major institutional commitment to remain at the forefront of this crucial biomedical field. This commitment not only serves City of Hope patients, but the scientific knowledge generated there is shared with other top cancer centers across the country, ensuring that the most advanced therapies help women afflicted with breast cancer everywhere, every day.
Source: City of Hope Cancer Center; National Cancer Foundation
Organize Your Health
Don't forget how important it is to organize your health. Here are a few ideas to help get your health history and future in order:
- For an easy reminder, schedule all of your annual appointments around your birthday.
- Record all appointments in your calendar as soon as you make them to avoid forgetting dates or times.
- Track your medical history and self-exams in a dedicated health file.
- Talk to relatives about their medical history to identify any possible hereditary conditions, include these notes in your file.
- Bring a journal and your health file to doctors visits to make notes and address concerns.