Okay. Well, my dream is you’re going to dance at their weddings if they choose to get married, college graduations and grandchildren and the whole thing. And also in your devotion I want to thank you for the work you do and having lived it yourself, the work you do in looking at those slides and cells every day and knowing there’s a real person behind it, and you’ve lived the experience that some of them will have.
And thank you for your book. So the website again is redsunshine.org. That’s the name of the book, Red Sunshine. It’s Dr. Kim Allison, Director of Breast Pathology at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and the University of Washington. All the best to you, Kim.
Thank you. You too. Thanks for making a difference for a lot of patients.
Thank you. And I want to remind people about that website, mammogrampromise.org, mammogrampromise.org. Make a promise to yourself that you’re going to have a mammogram. You’re going to do these self exams, we talked about, as Kim would do, and that if there’s something that you don’t feel right about you’re going to go get it checked. It could make a huge difference.
Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks to the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance for
their devotion to this topic. I’m Andrew Schorr. Remember, knowledge can be the best medicine of all.
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