Breast Cancer

  • launches artificially intelligent medical software to find abnormalities faster launches artificially intelligent medical software to find abnormalities faster

    Jeet Raut’s mom was told she no longer had breast cancer. But it turned out to be a false diagnosis and she had to undergo further treatment. She’s okay now, but that medical mistake could have cost her life — and it gave Raut the idea to build a better way to catch medical abnormalities in the body. He and his co-founder Peter Wakahiu Njenga created to expedite… Read More

  • Madden NFL 09 goes pink for the month of October

    You care about your wives, mothers, aunts, daughters, sisters, grandmas, grand kids, etc., right? You like Madden too, don’t you? Well, if you haven’t picked up Madden NFL 09 yet then look for the Madden NFL 09 Pink edition this month at Target, which happens to be National Awareness Month. Proceeds from the game will go to the Deanna Favre HOPE Foundation. It’s for a good… Read More

  • Western Digital Passport gets Pink

    Boobs. We love em, right? Of course we do and so does Western Digital. Not to downplay the importance of supporting breast cancer research or anything, but pink products make me barf. I hate pink. I hate guys that wear pink and think they look cool. You’re a tool, dude. Girls and pink are fine. It’s a feminine thing. Totally don’t know where I’m going with this. Anyhoo… Read More

  • Belkin Supports Boobs

    Belkin announced today the launch of two products benefiting the fight against breast cancer. It has pledged 10 percent of the proceeds from a new pink iPod nano Sport Armband and the “Hope” Remix Metal Nano case. Belkin will give a minimum of $100,000 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The items will be available on May 6 for $30 each. Here is your opportunity to wear pink and not… Read More