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Actor Rob Lowe attends the Get In Touch Foundation's 2014 Pretty In Pink Luncheon and Women of Strength Awards at the Casa del Mar Hotel on March 16 in Santa Monica.
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Actor Rob Lowe attends the Get In Touch Foundation's 2014 Pretty In Pink Luncheon and Women of Strength Awards at the Casa del Mar Hotel on March 16 in Santa Monica.

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Actor Rob Lowe Hosts "Pretty In Pink" Luncheon In Santa Monica

Posted Mar. 18, 2014, 9:24 am

Brenton Garen / Editor-in-Chief

Award winning actor and bestselling author Rob Lowe hosted The Get In Touch Foundation's 2014 LA Pretty In Pink Luncheon and Women of Strength Awards in Santa Monica on Sunday.

Co-chaired by Angelique L’Amour and Jennifer Nicholson Salke, the benefit event honored Dr. Kristi Funk and Dr. Nalini Chilkov.

The mission of The Get In Touch Foundation is to provide breast health initiatives that educate gals and guys of all ages how to “get in touch” with their bodies, information, and each other in our crusade against breast cancer.

The Get In Touch Girls’ Program and the Daisy Wheel breast health initiative educates girls in grades 5-12 on the importance of, and how to do a breast self-exam, for life.

The event was held at the Casa del Mar Hotel in Santa Monica.

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Mar. 18, 2014, 10:51:43 pm

martin marteen said...

Not a good idea to start 5-12 year olds, to obsess about breast cancer. There will be time enough later. Breast cancer among girls under ten? At age 30 it is 0.44% over the next ten years i.e 1/227. Only 2% of breast cancers are under age 35. Breast cancer in a 5 year old is extremely rare, and of more benign type. Should we have 5 year old boys feel their testicles for lumps? Why just girls?

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