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Friday, November 3, 2017
published daily from 8am Lincoln, Illinois

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Today, we are featuring the volunteers and staff of the Lincoln Heritage Museum as our "Show us your pink" picture. The volunteers along with Director Tom McLaughlin, Assistant Director Anne Moseley, and Lincoln College President Dr. David Gerlach gathered together with our 16th president looking on to show us their pink. For those who haven't been to the Lincoln Heritage Museum, it is a must-see attraction in our community. The museum walks through the history of Abraham Lincoln's life in a unique and moving way. That Lincoln history is a very important part of our country on the whole and our community is lucky to have that history at our disposal.

Understanding history is important for a lot of reasons, and is even important to those who are at risk of developing breast cancer. While there is no singular cause for the disease, it is well established that there are genetic factors that can play a part, and that family history of the disease can be a clue for future generations. Fortunately, there is genetic testing that can be done to help a person determine his or her risk. Learn more about genetic testing in this week's special feature article, Understanding Genetic Testing for Cancer.

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Our friends at Jim Xamis Ford and Level Four Wealth Management, all decked out in their pink

Photo by Roy Logan and provided by Level Four    (Click on photo for larger version)

Show us YOUR pink!   


Chris Schaffner of the Human Service Center out of Peoria demonstrates how to fill a needle with Narcan at a Narcan training workshop held last week by the Community Health Collaborative Opioid Task Force. Narcan is a rescue drug that can be used to revive a person who is unresponsive due to an opioid drug overdose. This first training was for task force members only, but the task force is hopeful that additional workshops can be held for the public in the near future.

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Castle Manor celebrates Halloween with trick or treat for local kids - Album
Memorial at Lincoln College calls attention to gun violence victims
West Lincoln Broadwell hosts Family Reading Night - Album
Understanding Genetic Testing for Cancer Genetics, gene mutations, and cancer risk

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