Early detection is key


On Monday, five female employees of Clinton County government who either have had breast cancer or a close call each received a copy of the county commissioners’ proclamation that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamation refers to the importance of early detection in the battle against the disease. It also states about 110 American women die every day from breast cancer. Front row from left are Joy McGowan, Sue Barr, Loretta Stanforth, Beth Klemetsen and Barb Shutts; and back row from left are Clinton County commissioners Kerry R. Steed, Patrick Haley and Mike Curry.

On Monday, five female employees of Clinton County government who either have had breast cancer or a close call each received a copy of the county commissioners’ proclamation that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamation refers to the importance of early detection in the battle against the disease. It also states about 110 American women die every day from breast cancer. Front row from left are Joy McGowan, Sue Barr, Loretta Stanforth, Beth Klemetsen and Barb Shutts; and back row from left are Clinton County commissioners Kerry R. Steed, Patrick Haley and Mike Curry.


On Monday, five female employees of Clinton County government who either have had breast cancer or a close call each received a copy of the county commissioners’ proclamation that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamation refers to the importance of early detection in the battle against the disease. It also states about 110 American women die every day from breast cancer. Front row from left are Joy McGowan, Sue Barr, Loretta Stanforth, Beth Klemetsen and Barb Shutts; and back row from left are Clinton County commissioners Kerry R. Steed, Patrick Haley and Mike Curry.

On Monday, five female employees of Clinton County government who either have had breast cancer or a close call each received a copy of the county commissioners’ proclamation that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamation refers to the importance of early detection in the battle against the disease. It also states about 110 American women die every day from breast cancer. Front row from left are Joy McGowan, Sue Barr, Loretta Stanforth, Beth Klemetsen and Barb Shutts; and back row from left are Clinton County commissioners Kerry R. Steed, Patrick Haley and Mike Curry.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_cancer_awareness_5_f.jpgOn Monday, five female employees of Clinton County government who either have had breast cancer or a close call each received a copy of the county commissioners’ proclamation that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamation refers to the importance of early detection in the battle against the disease. It also states about 110 American women die every day from breast cancer. Front row from left are Joy McGowan, Sue Barr, Loretta Stanforth, Beth Klemetsen and Barb Shutts; and back row from left are Clinton County commissioners Kerry R. Steed, Patrick Haley and Mike Curry.