Breast Cancer Survivors Celebrate Triumph Over Cancer on The Pink Runway, Presented By Loma Linda University Health System Department of Plastic Surgery

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More than 700 people turned out for a night of glamour and to help breast cancer survivors celebrate their victory against cancer at the fourth annual The Pink Runway fashion show, presented by Loma Linda University Health System Department of Plastic Surgery.

Breast cancer survivors model the latest fashions from Macy's at the 2012 Pink Runway.

More than 700 people turned out for a night of glamour and to help breast cancer survivors celebrate their victory against cancer at the fourth annual The Pink Runway fashion show, presented by Loma Linda University Health System Department of Plastic Surgery.

The sold-out event was held Sunday, Sept. 30, at the Riverside Auditorium and Events Center. The models, all breast cancer survivors who had breast reconstruction after mastectomy, showed off the latest fashions from Macy’s. Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of Loma Linda University Health System Department of Surgery, praised the models for their courage in fighting breast cancer, and encouraged all women to look into their reconstructive options post-mastectomy. In the picture, the models, in evening and cocktail dresses, make a final walk through the runway at the show’s finale.

About Loma Linda University Health System (LLUHS)
Loma Linda University Health System includes Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, Loma Linda University Medical Center East Campus, Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center, Loma Linda University Heart & Surgical Hospital, Loma Linda University Medical Center - Murrieta and physician clinics. LLUHS is widely respected as a health care leader and is known for its pioneering and cutting-edge work in such areas as organ transplants, proton treatment for cancers, cardiac care, physical rehabilitation, acute pediatric and adult care, as well as treatments for chemical dependence and other behavioral disorders. LLUMC is the only Level 1 trauma Center in the San Bernardino, Riverside, Inyo, and Mono counties, which covers over 40,000 square miles in Southern California. With a total of 1,076 beds, the Loma Linda University Health System includes the only children’s hospital in the region. Loma Linda University Medical Center sees over 30,000 inpatients and about 500,000 outpatient visits a year.

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