Scientists have identified a gene variation in some Hispanic women that provides significant protection against breast cancer.
This year over 2,300 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society.
During October, pink is prevalent in an effort to raise money and awareness for those battling breast cancer.
Many times breast cancer can also come with major side effects. Among those side effects is Lymphedema, a swelling of body parts caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system.
All proceeds will go directly to the Harrington Cancer Foundation and to Komen Greater Amarillo.
On Tuesdays during October, United will donate $1 for every guest wearing pink who makes a purchase of $10 or more, up to a maximum of $10,000.
Breast Cancer survivor wears pink every day to raise awareness of the disease.
We look at ways to reduce your breast cancer risk.
This is the sixth year for the NFL's breast cancer awareness program.
Race for the Cure - Saturday - $30 for Adults - $20 for Kids - www.komenamarillo.org