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150 Funny Race for the Cure Team Names

Breast cancer affects more than 200,000 women each year in the United States. Any woman over the age of 20 can be at risk. This is why a breast examination is recommended every three years as a preliminary check for early signs. Approximately 1 in every 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime. More than a quarter of those individuals have breast cancer. Currently in the United States, more than 2.5 million survivors are living. A selection for the race for the cure team names are compiled below for those that participate in the Susan G. Komen breast cancer awareness campaign.

10 Years 10 Races
10,000 Reasons
2nd Base
A-Breasted Development
Almighty Chicks
Amazing Grace
Amazing Whirls
Angels & Warriors in Pink
Answer for Cancer
Anticancer Patrol
Areola Borealis
Banking on a Cure
Barbie Bellas
Beating the Cancer
Besties for the Breasties
Big & Smalls
Bonkers for Knockers
Boob Patrol
Boob Troop
Boobie Brigade
Bosom Buddies
Bra Stuffer Brigade
Breast Foot Forward
Breast Friends
Breast Intentions
Breastie Besties
Busty Movers
Cancer Destroyers
Cancer Free Strides
Cancer Killers
Cancer Knockers
Cancer Plowing Divas
Cancer Shakers
Cancer Slayers
Cancer Warriors
Champions for the Cure
Chesticle Champs
Chicks with Kics
Circle of Pearls
Circle of Sisters
Couriers for a Cure
Cross Country for Cleavage
Daredevil Walkers
Double Timers
Feeling Boobiful
Flyers for Fun Bags
For Our Mothers
Fusion Girls
Gallopers for Girl Parts
Girls for the Girls
Hakuna Ma Tatas
Healthy Bunch
Helpers for High Beams
Hikers for Hooters
Hoofin’ for Hooters
Hope for the Breast
Hope on Feet
Hope on the Move
Hope Patrolling
I Pink I Can
Impacting Lives
It Takes a Village
Jog Bra Jezebels
Joggers for Jugs
Just Beat It
Lightning’s Flowers
Living Proof
Maggie’s Garden
Main Squeezers
Marchers for Mammaries
Mission Essential
Mountains and Molehills
Movers and Shakers
My Pink Obsession
Mystical Survivors
One Step Closer
One Tit Wonders
Pink Angels
Pink Cells
Pink Flamingos
Pink Knockers
Pink Panthers of Immortality
Pink Passion
Pinning Down Cancer
Prancers Against Cancer
Pretty in Pink
Rack Attack
Rack Pack
Rack Racers
Refuse To Lose
Rock the Rack
Runners for Racks
Save the Girls
Save the Twins
Scooters for Hooters
Simply The Breast
Soleful Strutters
Solution for Cancer
Sparkle of Hope
Steel Magnolias
Straight Outta Chemo
Support Squad
Sweating for Sweater Puppies
Tata Trotters
Team 360
Team Jiggle
Tenacious Double D’s
The Boobie Bunch
The Bouncing Betties
The Can Clappers
The Chest Nuts
The Girls Gone Wild
The Golden Globes
The Grand Tetons
The Hooters
The Jolly Jigglers
The Ladybugs
The Lovely Lady Lumps
The Mammo-Grammies
The Powerpuff Girls
The Rack Pack
The Strap Stretchers
The Ta Ta Sisterhood
The Titty Committee
Think Pink
Tickled Pink
Tig Bitties
Tits & Giggles
Touring Jug Band
Treasured Chests
Trekkers for Tatas
Trudgers for the Twins
Two For the Road
Undefeated Mom
Uprooting Cancer
Victorious Mermaids
Walk of Fame
Walk to Cure Cancer
Walkers for Knockers
Walking for the Cure
Walking Warriors
We Can for Our Cans
Who Run the World? The Girls

The following infographic compares the myths to facts about breast cancer to help set the record straight. It is commonly believed that only women with a family history of breast cancer are at risk. In fact, more than 70% of women diagnosed have no identifiable risk factors for the disease. More than a quarter of youth get breast cancer. Popular myth also believe that men can not get breast cancer. In fact, more than 1,700 men are diagnosed each year with 450 of them dying.

Breast Cancer Myths vs Facts

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