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Support the fight against breast cancer at the “Pink Out” game on Friday night

Kaoru Murai, Website Editor-in-Chief

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The annual “Pink Out” football game will be held on Friday night, at Husky Stadium.

Exclusive “Pink Out” shirts will be on sale at the Welcome Center during lunch hours from now until Friday, for $10. All proceeds from this fundraiser will be going to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer foundation.

The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer foundation works to raise continued awareness for breast cancer, as well as fund research efforts to help combat the disease. Some of these efforts include improving methods of early detection, raising accuracy of diagnosis, and enabling personalized treatments based on the specific type of breast cancer.

Make sure to show up at the game with a shirt to help the cause, and to visit https://ww5.komen.org/ for more information and statistics of breast cancer.

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