This Sunday, CW 14 Focus host Robert Hornacek was joined by a breast cancer survivor who is now trying to raise awareness of the deadly disease.
Stacie Hackl was the guest on this week's show. Hackl was diagnosed with breast cancer five years ago. She now works as the executive director of the Breast Cancer Family Foundation .
The group is working to raise awareness of breast cancer and educate people about the importance of living healthy lifestyles.
Hackl says it's not enough for people to be aware of breast cancer.
"We can all know what it is but are we taking action?" Hackl said. "You see pink and you automatically think breast cancer. Okay. Yeah, I know I need to get my mammogram but it's more than that. It's changing your lifestyle habits, making sure you're getting in for the detection."
According to the American Cancer Society , one in seven women in Wisconsin will be diagnosed with breast cancer.
CW 14 Focus is a weekly, half-hour interview program that focuses on the issues important to people in northeast Wisconsin. Each week, Robert Hornacek will sit down with a different guest and go beyond the sound bites. The program will highlight the people making a difference in the community and give viewers an opportunity to get in depth perspective. CW 14 Focus airs Sundays at 10 a.m.
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