Breast Cancer Awareness
It’s important that all women know what they can do to help find breast cancer early. Finding breast cancer early means there are more treatment options and the chances of survival are greatest. Get to know the look and feel of your breasts whenever you can as finding breast cancer early provides the best chance of surviving the disease. Knowing what is normal for you will help you to detect any changes
What you can do.
Get to know the normal look and feel of your breasts, so that you will be able to notice a change that’s unusual for you. See http://www.cheekycheckup.com.au/ or go to our Home page and click on Cheeky Checkup.
You don’t need to be an expert or know a special technique.
You can be breast aware during the course of your normal daily activities, such as showering, dressing and looking in the mirror.
Know the changes to look out for.
See your doctor without delay if you find a change that’s unusual for you.
National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre is funded by the Australian Government and works with consumers, health professionals, cancer organisations, researchers and governments to improve care and cancer control in breast and ovarian cancer.
To find out more information about Breast cancer, please visit this link – http://www.nbocc.org.au/
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