Today, we continue in that strong custom by recognizing Co – Survivors, and giving breast cancer survivors a chance to thank those they like and depend of all.’ This year’s event kicked off with the original Parade of Pink to celebrate and understand anyone who has fought breast cancer along with remember those who have passed. Honorary Breast Tumor Survivor Seat, Congresswoman Sue Myrick, and Telemundo television star and breast cancer survivor, Ana Maria Polo, led the Parade. Other dignitaries at the function included Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer, Mayor Anthony CBS and Williams Early Display Anchor Rene Syler. A minimum of $1 million of the funds elevated through the Komen National Competition will stay in the Washington, D.C., community – including Virginia and Maryland – to invest in outreach programs and initiatives that address the specific unmet breast health needs of the area.Although I’m sure my partner Elaine will make sure I’m out there with the lawnmower prior to that. .. Menighan, MBA, Executive Vice President and CEO, American Pharmacists Association; Mary Wakefield, Ph.D., R.N., Administrator, Health Resources and Solutions Administration Related StoriesUsing integrated molecular pathology to control incidental pancreatic cysts: an interview with Dr Ananya DasBrain wellness: how can you decrease cognitive decline? An interview with Heather Snyder, Ph.D. Meeting these needs through high quality acute and preventive care that’s collaborative and team-based turns into the concentrate and expectation of health professions education. Thomas E. Menighan, executive vice CEO and president of the American Pharmacists Association, will address ways that academic pharmacy can influence the continuing future of pharmacy and the patient-centered medical home model.