October 9, 2020
TUESDAY, October 6 (TODAY)—When Beverly Lipscomb learned she had breast cancer, she was worried. Growing up, cancer was a dirty word said only in whispers. What’s more, as a transgender woman she had been taking hormones for decades and feared what life would be like without them.
“I said to myself, ‘Oh my God! I can’t take hormones anymore. What is going happen to me?’’ the 56-year-old from the Bronx told TODAY. “Then I said to myself, ‘This chemotherapy is going to just ruin me.’”
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TUESDAY, October 6—Whether you’re a seasoned runner or just enjoy walking around your neighborhood, a virtual 5k can be a great option during this time of social distancing to set a goal, engage with a broader community and focus on your physical and mental well-being. Bonus: It can also be a fun opportunity to support a charitable cause you believe in!
Have you signed up for the Prevent Cancer Health Fair & 5K Walk/Run yet? Click here to register.