An Anniston hospital is cooking up something good to raise awareness. Reginal Medical Center and Steel Magnolias in Anniston held its annual Brake for Breakfast to bring awareness to breast cancer. This year the groups are spreading the word about early detection. Early detection of breast cancer results in a better chance for survival. Survivor and RMC LPN Regina Jackson says early detection saved her life. Breast cancer not only affects women but can occur in men as well. Being physically active and limiting your alcohol intake can help reduce your risk. Regular screening and self-examinations are a necessity. For more information or questions you can call RMC or visit their website.