From left Quinnipiac University School of Nursing students Emily Kata, left, and Jordan LaCross, co-presidents of the Quinnipiac Student Nurses Association, and Betsy Nilan. president of the "Get in Touch Foundation" discuss the Daisy Wheel, which helps to teach girls in grades five-12 about the importance of and techniques for conducting breast self-exams.

From left Quinnipiac University School of Nursing students Emily Kata, left, and Jordan LaCross, co-presidents of the Quinnipiac Student Nurses Association, and Betsy Nilan. president of the “Get in Touch Foundation” discuss the Daisy Wheel, which helps to teach girls in grades five-12 about the importance of and techniques for conducting breast self-exams.

Emily Kata, left, and Jordan LaCross, center, co-president of the Quinnipiac University Student Nurses Association, greeted Betsy Nilan, president of the “Get in Touch Foundation.” Nilan recently made a presentation to the student nurses about the “Get in Touch Foundation,” which strives to educate women and men of all ages about breast cancer awareness. One program the foundation uses is the “Daisy Wheel,” which helps to teach girls in grades five-12 about the importance of and techniques for conducting breast self-exams. This program has been implemented in 50 states, Washington D.C. and 32 other countries.

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