A Breakfast ‘Brake’ for health


A heart-warming part of the annual Brake for Breakfast, which is a breast cancer awareness event hosted by CMH Regional Health System, are the young people from area schools who bring enthusiasm to the cause. Pictured is just a small portion of the youth taking part in the event, many of them clad in pink.

A heart-warming part of the annual Brake for Breakfast, which is a breast cancer awareness event hosted by CMH Regional Health System, are the young people from area schools who bring enthusiasm to the cause. Pictured is just a small portion of the youth taking part in the event, many of them clad in pink.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Event organizers started out with 1,000 bags with a Panera “Pink Ribbon” bagel and fresh fruit plus other giveaways and information on mammography, treatment, cancer screening resources and more.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

From left are Dr. Robert McClure, a new radiation oncologist at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center, and social worker Michelle Roth.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A heart-warming part of the annual Brake for Breakfast, which is a breast cancer awareness event hosted by CMH Regional Health System, are the young people from area schools who bring enthusiasm to the cause. Pictured is just a small portion of the youth taking part in the event, many of them clad in pink.

Event organizers started out with 1,000 bags with a Panera “Pink Ribbon” bagel and fresh fruit plus other giveaways and information on mammography, treatment, cancer screening resources and more.

From left are Dr. Robert McClure, a new radiation oncologist at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center, and social worker Michelle Roth.

A heart-warming part of the annual Brake for Breakfast, which is a breast cancer awareness event hosted by CMH Regional Health System, are the young people from area schools who bring enthusiasm to the cause. Pictured is just a small portion of the youth taking part in the event, many of them clad in pink.
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Event organizers started out with 1,000 bags with a Panera “Pink Ribbon” bagel and fresh fruit plus other giveaways and information on mammography, treatment, cancer screening resources and more.
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From left are Dr. Robert McClure, a new radiation oncologist at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center, and social worker Michelle Roth.
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