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Hi welcome back 13% of women United States will develop breast cancer in their lifetime but every year more and more women are fighting.
In honor October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month the people at Estee Lauder company want -- connect communicate and conquer.
To prevent breast cancer one woman at a time.
Joining us now tell us more on the campaign we're so delighted to have these two lovely ladies here today this is -- -- -- your corporate vice president of the Estee Lauder Companies.
And Elizabeth Hurley spokesperson for their breast cancer awareness campaign to be dutiful ladies.
What are what are your candidates delightful to be here with thanks for coming he's put these sad that pink ribbons on all of us today of course we support the skies when we race.
We yeah we founded the pink -- actually did -- -- -- -- -- company was the first to distributed around the world.
And we now distributed 110.
Million residents pretty -- -- -- free at every national accounts around the world and you -- that question I'll tell you what is -- rise as you've been with the company -- for thirteen years -- his spokesperson 1660.
Contact Celeste and -- -- -- yeah.
To act 1977.
Could -- about this whole campaign is well I I've been doing.
He has not all -- -- who forms of Breast Cancer Research Foundation 1993.
And perhaps its date has raised.
-- -- 300 million dollars for breast cancer free access a phenomenal achievement cannot be helping in any capacity I can send them.
I'm with you run wild and raising funds envisioned when Samuels at -- wonderful illumination.
Program when we life landmark buildings and facts.
Today we're trying to set the world record today with -- -- find out at noon today.
If we managed to get computers that the -- to illuminate the -- landmark buildings in the 24 hour period and went about it pot and local state building tonight currently in the tournament and no -- started last night and -- flipping the switch today.
All all the lights don't -- -- -- -- that went into the Guinness book of reckless rights and and then Rockefeller Center right across the way -- did it last night.
The GM building and did it now Pulitzer fountain Time Warner come through York -- that Niagara Falls -- -- -- and how well hotel I've done I did that in Gazprom.
Yeah yeah yeah because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month what it -- what is what is something good for people who are watching right now.
What is the one fact that you -- legal.
It's hard to believe the people don't know this about breast cancer.
Well I think people really need to that this detect -- It's 98%.
Curable when I'm not actually had a problem which is different because people -- thought it was in a death sentence once upon a time.
And indeed if it's cold in the very late stage this decision -- in news good but if we tell.
Every single person on the planet to check them breasts every single month get a mammogram off the foresee -- -- They have a 98.
-- percent chance of surviving even if they happen to -- you know that -- some statistics coming out now and one analyst for the health care program to save money whatever they say okay we're not sure if it's actually worth the money to have in the -- -- is certain -- What's the reality the reality is that the.
People who -- the real experts in the field at the best institutions like memorial Sloan Kettering.
-- of the radiation oncologists.
The oncologists themselves -- Absolutely say that -- tomography is the best tool with which to find a two -- Before it even can be felt so it is an important thing to continue to do in spite of what we're reading from some of the studies.
That are coming from other countries.
And are being question.
This just insurance companies trying to skew the numbers and then well they don't have time for I'm not sure I can answer that for.
Certain but that we think why not do everything you can't -- and do the self -- she did what I guess it's cost effective you're absolutely right -- isn't it senator.
To pay for -- demography.
Before and we'll have to if it's a disease is found.
To deal with -- when it's early and a person can be cured but -- to have to pay later -- room.
For longer term treatment and care and I have so many women on the fifty.
Who had teams detected by -- would be impossible busting out of ball.
I don't think so yeah -- and you mention it and everything but and extraordinarily.
Oh million can contracts -- -- can I -- I -- but also one person wanted to these gentlemen have.
Mothers daughters sisters opposite -- but have you had touched personally I'd like to.
My maternal grandmother died of breast comes just before I joined.
Evans schools and that's really it was certainly on to health club but since then and I've been a hunt -- -- on the forty.
Would have -- indictments would have been sentenced.
We'll all survive and all of who found it themselves they actually really they did talk about that it also consists of examination doesn't look well muscles tonight.
Precious girls double agents to I'm seeing friends and in the fifties that you have to show there -- more and more younger people being affected by it.
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