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7 Leaves Cafe Partners with Keep A Breast Foundation to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk Among L.A. Latinas

September 27th, 2022 -Los Angeles — With a catchy hashtag in Spanish urging young L.A. Latinas to check their breasts (#TocateLasChichis), 7 Leaves Cafe and Keep A Breast today announced the launch of a life-saving campaign promoting breast cancer prevention and resources via the use of a free app developed by the Foundation.

To view the full announcement, including downloadable images, bios, and more, click here.

Key Takeaways:

  • 7 Leaves Cafe and Keep A Breast today announced the launch of a life-saving campaign promoting breast cancer prevention.
  • According to the National Cancer Institute, about 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer in their lifetime, and some 12,000 women age 40 or younger are diagnosed with breast cancer every year.

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7 Leaves Cafe is a fast-growing chain of coffeehouses headquartered in Garden Grove, CA., specializing in “Coffee, Tea, and Goodness”. 

Keep A Breast Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Yucca Valley, CA. Their mission is to reduce breast cancer risk and its impact globally through art, education, prevention, and action.

Contacts:

Shaney Jo Darden, Keep A Breast
760-821-3055
[email protected]

Newton Hoang, 7 Leaves Cafe
626-619-9124
[email protected]

Source: Keep A Breast Foundation

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