April 19th, 2019 | Updated on April 22nd, 2019
It is no secret that cancer impacts the world in significant ways on a daily basis. That is why it is so important to contribute to research and fundraising efforts whenever possible. One day a cure will be found but until then, we need to band together and do what we can to help find a solution to an epidemic that is taking many loved ones from the world every moment. With leaders such as Dr. Ali Sadeghi raising money for breast cancer research, you can too! This article will share some information on Dr. Ali Sadeghi and why he wears pink to raise awareness for the important cause of raising funds to help find a cure for breast cancer.
Every October, businesses, professional athletes, and celebrities all work together to promote the color pink and to raise awareness for breast cancer research. There are many campaigns that take place during the month of October, all with the goal of raising funds for research to help find a cure for breast cancer as it affects millions each year. The Real Men Wear Pink campaign is an effort that is comprised of community leaders who work together to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fundraising event. What makes Dr. Ali Sadeghi such an inspiration is that he is not only great with his job, but he was also successful at raising over $35,000 in 2017 and has since even surpassed this goal.
So, who is Dr. Ali Sadeghi? Dr. Sadeghi is a world-renowned physician who believes in helping women feel and look like their best selves. Located in New Orleans, Dr. Sadeghi is passionate about helping women with plastic or reconstructive surgery so that they can look and feel their best. Helping a woman boost her self-confidence and the way that she feels in her own skin is quite an opportunity to make an impact in the world.
Why Dr. Sadeghi’s work is important to cancer survivors is because he can provide options for reconstructive or plastic surgery that will help a patient look and feel like themselves again. It is not uncommon for a cancer patient or a survivor to complete a dr.’s appointment or a screening and be asked to have a seat and wait. Now, such a privilege is not available to just anyone as the police department needs to have a clear understanding of how your efforts will help to spread breast cancer awareness, help the kids of the neighborhood, as well as draw attention to a very needy cause in our local area.
Often times, reconstructive or plastic surgery can appear to be frivolous or not needed. However, if you are a cancer survivor, such medical procedures are necessary to help in rebuilding one’s self-esteem or in just overcoming the psychological impact of the experience.