Breast cancer survivors and their physicians hit the catwalk in Stamford Hospital’s annual Paint the Town Pink Fashion Show. The event took place at Saks Fifth Avenue in the Stamford Town Center . In all, 15 breast cancer survivors and 10 physicians (medical and radiation oncologists and surgeons) participated.
The fashion show kicked off Saks Fifth Avenue’s annual KEY TO THE CURE charity shopping weekend, which raises funds and awareness for women’s cancer research and treatment organizations throughout the
“Paint the Town Pink” is a community-wide effort that runs throughout the month of October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Its goal is to raise awareness for breast cancer-related issues such as the importance of screenings and early detection, as well as the treatment and services available in this area. The campaign is sponsored by Stamford Hospital in conjunction with organizations throughout the communities of, Darien, New Canaan and Stamford.
In addition to a fashion show, there are a variety of educational and social events planned in Darien, New Canaan and Stamford. For a complete calendar of events, visit