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Published by Afterschool.my on Oct 25, 2016, 10:16 am
For the month of October, Sime Darby Healthcare College organised a walk in conjunction to the Breast Cancer Awareness.
A weekend, where people lazed around from a 9-5 job, seeping teh tarik from their side doors, these people from all walks of life came bright and early to shout to spread to the world on breast cancer.
Women, men, teenagers and even children donned their pick attire, walking alongside the busy road, smiling and cheering as they waved to the passing cars.
Their final destination was Da Men, a newly opened shopping mall next to Summit USJ. Those who participated were given talks on the topic of breast cancer, hoping the knowledge can guide them to help their mothers and sisters in the future.
The journey did not end there as the event continued with a work out session, a free health test by staff members of Sime Darby Hospital and a pink bunny to bring joy till the end.