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Untitled Page Published: January 10, 2009 02:21 AM



Oakley, continued ...

"Being an athlete my entire life, I have been very determined and proactive in reaching my goals," says More, 28. "It's important for women to take that same proactive approach with their health."

More's grandmother passed away less than a year after her breast cancer diagnosis.

"I have dreams of going back in time and forcing my grandmother to get a check up earlier," says More. "Maybe it could have saved her life."

"YSC's continuing efforts to bring programs and education to young women affected by breast cancer will be greatly enhanced by the funds raised from its partnership with Oakley," says Marcia Stein, CEO, Young Survival Coalition. "In addition to financial support from the sale of these popular eyewear products, our association with Oakley enhances our connection with young women, assisting efforts to increase awareness and empower those whose lives are challenged by breast cancer."

The YSC editions of Oakley Dangerous and Commit sunglasses are accented with a pink ribbon graphic. The breast cancer awareness ribbon is also laser etched at the corner of the lens. Each pair comes with a specially designed pin, a storage case and a custom Microclear bag for lens cleaning.

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