LAHORE, Oct 25: The Wapda House on Friday turned pink with light effects by the Pink Ribbon Campaign in collaboration with Wapda to express solidarity with breast cancer patients. The Pink Ribbon turned Wapda House pink to highlight importance of awareness of the deadly disease. Speaking on the occasion, Pink Ribbon Chief Executive Omer Aftab said that one out of nine women in the country were at risk of breast cancer, which was already claiming lives of some 40,000 women in the country every year. Wapda media director Dr Huma Ambreen said lack of awareness of health issues caused plenty of problems. The Wapda House will stay pink until the end of October.

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