Delta Sigma Theta sorority put on breast cancer walk at SSU

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta sorority at Savannah State University put on a walk for breast cancer on campus Oct. 12. They hope to save lives by spreading awareness.

"Being diagnosed with cancer is not a death sentence. I try to tell women that, because early detection saves lives. That's how I found mine, by doing the breast self examination. So, that's most important," said Pauline Bailey, 23 year cancer survivor.

This is the first ever awareness walk on Savannah State's campus. The Delta's say they are already planning for more in the future.

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