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Breast Cancer Awareness Month- A Survivor, The Saints and Pink Hair

POSTED: Friday, October 8, 2010 - 6:44am

UPDATED: Friday, October 8, 2010 - 7:22am

NBC 33 is committed to the fight against breast cancer.

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Lisa Rozas of Alexandria, LA wrote the book on" beating the odds."

Four years ago Rozas was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Doctors caught it early so the mother of two remained hopeful she'd battle through it and win.
Still, Rozas says she had to prepare for the worst, not only for herself, but for her family.
She kept a journal for her sons, ages six and three at the time, to help explain the end of her life if dying from the disease proved to be her fate.

"I wanted them to understand my experience. It wasn't just a waste " says Rosaz.

Rosaz  is also an elementary school teacher.
She's used her experience to bring cancer to the classroom. 
Today, the proud mom is living a cancer-free life. 
She plans to give her book of survival to her sons when they are older.

You saw a lot of pink on the gridiron during week 4 in the NFL

but here's another way pro-football players are reaching out this month.
On Facebook the New Orleans Saints say any fan who switches their profile picture to their pink fleur-de-lis icon will have a chance to win a special saints prize each week in October.
Here's this weeks prize. It's a pink Gatorade towel you can't get in stores along with a portrait of Drew Brees signed by #9 himself.

More info here

And ELUDE salon in Bocage is still ready to put a pink hair extension in your hair!


The cost is $15 dollars and all proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society.

Since October 1, the salon has already raised close to $900!

Let them know if you plan on stopping by:


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