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The problem with pink

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For more than 10 years, October has been a month where football teams wear pink socks, pink ribbons and shirts and pink is somehow incorporated into food.

The reasons for this — October is the month for breast cancer awareness.

It seems now there’s an obsession with the image of fighting for a cause, but no action is taken.

Cancer in general is a disease humanity is commonly faced with in today’s world.

During October, many organizations will slip into pink for the month, to “raise awareness.”

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