Share the Knowledge

Encourage students to learn more about breast cancer and to share their knowledge with others. There is great value in learning about prevention at a young age and then spreading the word to other students and community members.  Equally important are facts about breast cancer and how medicine approaches treatment for the disease.

  • Ace:  Ask each player to research an aspect of the disease (e.g. stages, types, treatments) and share it with at least one friend.
  • Hard Hitting:  Pair up team members and ask them to research an aspect of the disease (e.g. stages, types, treatments) and share it with the team.
  • Perfect Pass:  Organize a visit to your local hospital or treatment center to learn firsthand what treatment is like for a breast cancer patient.  Share your experience with the other teams at your school.
  • Above the Net:  Organize a Dig Pink week, get other sports teams and clubs involved and share facts about breast cancer on the school P/A system during announcements (click here for some ideas of facts to share).  Organize a team visit to your local hospital or treatment center to learn firsthand what treatment is like for a breast cancer patient.  Present your experience to your classmates (perhaps this can be part of a senior project).
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