I'm not going to respond to all of your comments, because well.... it's a waste of time. But the big emphasis on breast cancer is because awareness is the biggest issue as of this moment. Make women and those who surround them AWARE that early detection saves lives more than any other "certain death" disease, and you've officially solved (at least temporarily until a cure is found) a huge health issue in this country. As they work on cures, the best way they can spend money and help with what has reached a crisis level worldwide is to promote awareness. There are tests that take a matter of minutes that can determine treatments that can save lives almost immediately. Not just prolong by slowing the disease, but remove it entirely and save that person's life.
Sorry that pink "looks dumb". Maybe someday your wife, mother, or daughter will get the reminder from somebody or just be asked the simple question of, "have you been screened" and have an extra 30 to 40 years added on to their life. Then maybe "Freakin' pink" won't "look dumb" to you.
There are lots of forms of cancer out there. Most aren't as easily detectable with an initial screening, or as easily removed, or have nearly as high of a survival rate. The money raised "for the cure" is used to cure CANCER. Breast cancer is a great starting point, because many of the tremendous discoveries in cancer treatment have come about because of breast cancer treatments that have been used experimentally.