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Early detection saves lives <3


Its not often I take part in blogger challenges but I felt this challenge was one worthy of being involved in. The Fashionably Bald Challenge was set by Silvia Oliver in honour of her friend Miss Shellbee who was diagnosed with cancer and will soon be facing chemotherapy. The good thing was, the cancer was detected VERY EARLY.. Early detection of cancer saves lives and its with this in mind that I am urging all of you to make sure that you are aware of how important it is to get all the regular check ups and tests and if you are in any doubt to seek advice from your doctor. This goes especially double for men who are sometimes not aware how important these checks are or don’t know what to look for because male cancers do not get the same publicity as female cancers.

It is possible that cancer could affect 1 in 3 of us either through ourselves or through someone we know.. those are scary odds. But if we are aware, we can save lives.. our own and those of the people we love. Miss Shellbee will have a tough year ahead and although I don’t know her and I have never met her, I wish her every ounce of love, light and best wishes for the coming months.

To find out more please visit these websites:
+ America Cancer Society
+ Cancer Research UK

+ Jacket – IZM – First Anniversary Gift – 1L
+ White Vest – Friday – old freebie, not sure if its still available

+ Blue Cardigan (pink included also but not shown) – Clematis – Free (next to the fireplace)

+ And Its Love Knit Dress – Kyoot – 2011 Free Gift

+ Mima Light skin by LAQ ( not free )
+ Black Shaved Hairbase by Deetalez ( not free )
+ Frozen eyes by Umedama ( free by Kermit in a little basket )
+ Unisex Black Jeans by AQUA ( not free )
+ Poses by Lovesick, Del May, Flowey, Marukin, Don’t Freak Out!, Fri.Day, Long Awkward Pose, Kuso, Persona, Glitteratti, Diesel Works, Striking Poses

5 thoughts on “Early detection saves lives <3

  1. Thank you Whisper for your wonderful post you look AMAZING and I love how you wrote it out and added the information and links because I think this is something that we all need to be more aware of.


  2. Great post Whisper! Your outfits look really nice. This is a very important message. Thank you for doing this challenge!


  3. Great post and a great cause, Whisper! Very informative and something people/readers should be aware of. 😀


  4. You look great Whisper! Thank you in taking part of the challenge. You’re totally right about the men-folk. They can be stubborn about check ups, but it is so important for them to do so! A few minutes of discomfort can mean a big difference!

    Much love to you and your site.


  5. Thank you so much for participating Whisper! I really appreciate your kind words of support. It’s been so wonderful to see other bloggers take this up and run with it. Everyone is to be commended. Thank you again.