Okay this really has nothing to do with Honda's or anything, but it's very important information anyways and it affects everyone. Kind of a PSA. In the middle of October my wife found a lump on her boob the size of a pea doing her monthly self-breast exam, very close to the surface of her skin, and sort of on the side near her armpit. As she was only 33 at the time, she thought it might be a fluid cyst that women can sometimes get near their menstual cycle, which then go away afterwards. After about a week she decided to go to the doctor, with me of course assuring her that it was nothing to worry about. Her regular doc sent her to have an ultrasound as a precaution, then the ultrasound tech wasn't sure so they recommended a mammogram. She is now getting a little worried. I am still sure everything will be fine cause she's so young. After they read the mammogram her doctor says they need to take a core biopsy ASAP. They send the sample for testing, and of course it comes back positive for cancer. She had a lumpectomy the Monday before Turkey day. They do further tests of the entire tumor after the surgery and basically it is one of the most aggressive, fastest growing cancers that you could get. Luckily she caught it early, and it hadn't spread out of her breast tissue or gotten into her lymph nodes. That could have been extremely dire, as then it could spread anywhere in her body. After 5 months of chemotherapy (bald, vomiting, etc. etc.) and 6 weeks of radiation (they tell you the side affects aren't bad, but they don't tell you that your skin on the area they radiate is gonna look like they cheese gratered it) she is finally healthy again. The fact is that 1 in 8 women (or men) will get breast cancer, and too many will die from it. That's 1 in 8 wives, mothers, or sisters, and while you can't prevent it, the most important factor in treating it is early detection. Most insurance companies won't pay for mammograms until women are 40, and in my wife's case, 7 yrs most likely would have been the difference between life and death. Please, Please, Please encourage all the women in your lives to do these simple self exams, it only takes 5 minutes a month. There is information available from many sources to give them a step by step guide of how to do it and what to look for. Sorry it's so long but it's for a good cause.