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Women are stronger than cancer

Posted by Tom Megginson | 1-10-2010 01:13 | Category: Health



Earlier today, I posted an ad for Pink Ribbon that I really liked. Since then, the entire series has popped up on Ads of the World. Here is is in all its glory.

There’s video, too, but I think it deserves a separate post once the PSA is on an embeddable channel.

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Three more after the break.


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Advertiser:
Pink Ribbon
Agency:
Grey Amsterdam
Source:
Ads of the World




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Comments about Women are stronger than cancer

Thanks! This a a very helpful information for women who have no clue on
morning sickness relief.. Although there are anti emetic medications available, natural remedies are still the safest way to get rid of nausea and vomiting while in chemo.

Posted by ellie | 4-10-2010 04:12

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Morning sickness is a misnomer since the symptoms can act up any time, even at night. If you are having a hard time coping with morning sickness weeks, try some natural home remedies. It’s a safer approach than taking medications.

Posted by morningsicknessfix.com | 15-03-2011 05:14



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