Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Drink Wine and Learn the Latest Research on Breast Cancer—August 22 in Fort Bragg

When:  11 to 2, Monday, August 22, 2022

Where: Pacific Star Winery, 33000 N Highway 1, 12 miles north of Fort Bragg at the 73.58 mile marker


Event is free to everyone, RSVP please: sallysocean@gmail.com

Retro Wagon Food Truck available for lunch purchases

Wine Tasting – Donations will benefit our local Cancer Resource Center

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  1. In the Age of Irony:


    A study from the UK published in March (2019) found that drinking a bottle of wine per week presents the same risk of cancer as smoking five to 10 cigarettes per week. According to the study’s corresponding author, Theresa J. Hydes of the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, the intent was to determine “purely in terms of cancer risk –  …how many cigarettes are there in a bottle of wine.” The study showed that the equivalent is five cigarettes for men and 10 for women.

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