Attorney George Sink, Sr., and the staff at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers join thousands of others by “going pink” to honor women with breast cancer, those who survived the disease, and those we lost to it during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Supporters all over the globe wear pink ribbons, pink clothing, and other items to show their support, recognize others’ courage, and express hope for a cancer-free future. We are proud to be among them.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that breast cancer is the second most common cancer among U.S. women. The condition is more common among women, but men can be diagnosed with it, too. Research continues to prevent and cure breast cancer, and we are hopeful that the day will come when it is no longer a threat to anyone’s health and well-being.
‘Sink Goes Pink’ and Joins Susan G. Komen’s Lowcountry More Than Pink Walk
Sink, Sr., and his staff seize every opportunity to celebrate the people who never give up in the fight against breast cancer. Sink, Sr., understands personal battles as a Marine veteran and a personal injury attorney who helps people with their legal challenges every day.
In September 2019, he and his team supported the 2019 Susan G. Komen Lowcountry More Than Pink Walk held at North Charleston Riverfront Park in South Carolina. Participants walked, ran, and completed other events in the daylong event to help raise money to end breast cancer and ensure all can access proper health screenings, quality medical care, and treatment.
For more information about breast cancer and the community events George Sink, P.A. Lawyers hosts or supports, see our community page. If you or a loved one is seeking legal representation for a personal injury, call us today for a free consultation.