Breast Cancer Awareness Activated Throughout The Nation!

October, the pink month, is here. As the cure for breast cancer continues to be researched, breast cancer awareness and engagement on how to tackle it are on increased display during the next weeks. Therefore, check out these Breast Cancer Awareness events throughout some of the largest metropolitan areas in the U.S.! And if you are in town for one of them, let Haute MD know in the comments section below!

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The 24th Annual More Than PINK® Walk on October 12th at Downtown Miami's Bayfront Park is an annual tradition. Once again, it welcomes tens of thousands of walkers, which include breast cancer survivors, their family and friends, residents, and hundreds of companies and organizations that support research for the cure. Register at


The American Cancer Society's Making Strides Walk, in its 28th year, is on October 19th at Soldier Field. Funds raised help the ACS "fund groundbreaking breast cancer research and provide patient services like free rides to chemo, free places to stay near treatment, and a live 24/7 cancer helpline." And the best thing about it: it is not just in Chicago but throughout the U.S.! Click on the following link to find the Making Strides Walk closest to you!

New York

Macy's We All Thrive - Panel Discussion with Breast Cancer Research Foundation takes place on October 15th at the Herald Square store. Macy’s is highlighting four inspiring breast cancer thrivers in-store and online to help raise critical funds during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The panel with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation is hosted by Michelle James – one of the four thrivers –and Danielle M. Brown, hosts of the podcast "Cocktails & Cancer with MJ and Dani."  Free entrance. Tickets:

Los Angeles

An only-in-LA event is the We Can Survive Show, a concert held at a California landmark venue, the Hollywood Bowl. Happening on October 19th, the annual concert celebrates the young survivors of breast cancer. Collaborating with the Young Survival Coalition, an organization that helps provide care to young women diagnosed with breast cancer. The YSC empowers and provides them with resources to fight their issues as young women.

An exciting lineup of artists is coming for this year, including Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, the Jonas Brothers and more! Tickets: