Orthpedic Docs Raise Money For Breast Cancer

Real Men Wear Pink

Two physicians from the rebranded 360 ORTHOPEDICS (formerly Sarasota Orthopedic Associates), have been chosen to participate in the REAL MEN WEAR PINK events to raise awareness and donations for this important cause that runs until the end of October. Dr Paul Lento and Dr Justin Raye, along with 25 other men have accepted this challenge to eradicate breast cancer in our lifetime.

Dr Paul Lento, a triple board certified physician said, “My mother passed away at the age of 42 and my 5 sisters tested positive for the BRCA gene. I now have a daughter who may face similar issues as she gets older, so miserable disease hits close to me”. 

“Breast cancer touches everyone” said Dr Justin Raye, an Interventional Pain Medicine physician, “whether your immediate family or friend or colleague. We’ve all witnessed the horrors of this deadly disease. About 1 in 8 women will experience breast cancer in their lifetime and worse, each year over 40,500 will die losing their struggle”.

To support these physicians in their quest to win this battle, go to either http://bit.ly/LentoRMWP or http://bit.ly/RayeRMWP

360 ORTHOPEDICS supports non-profit organizations year round and is committed to sustain our local community.

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