According to reports, joining their hands to spread the deadly breast cancer awareness, the Western Bay women, recently claimed that in the month of November, they would once again organize the fun charity cancer walks in central Tauranga.
However, the reports further claimed that last year, more than 5000 women, encouragingly, participated in the walk and this time, the event organizers have intentionally planned the walk on November 2, because last year they faced some difficulties with the event dates as, the set dates clashed with the most loved Rugby World Cup but this time, they ensured that the same mistake would not be repeated by them.
Moreover, this year, the walk would be completing its 20th anniversary and the organizers strongly believed that, as compared to next year's raised amount of $15,000, for the Tauranga Breast Cancer Support Service, this year, the region residents, would certainly break this record.
On the other hand, while shoeing her happiness about the charity walk, Iris Thomas, the walk organizer, commented, "Since I've been involved, I've learned breast cancer is not a death sentence, there's some amazing stories of survivors who have turned their lives around in a positive way because they've had breast cancer".
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