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Breast Cancer Awareness Month of June

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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH OF JUNE
I’ve been tagged by my friend Mariuca to help spread the awareness on the ‘Breast Cancer Awareness’ month of June. Please help convey the importance of regular examination and early detection of breast cancer in order to catch this disease when it first erupts, maximizing the chance of survival and recovery. So in doing my bit to help spread awareness on the issue of breast cancer to women, here are several facts on breast cancer that everyone should know about.•

The first sign of breast cancer usually shows up on a woman’s mammogram before it can be felt or any other symptoms are present.•

Risks for breast cancer include a family history, atypical hyperplasia, delaying pregnancy until after age 30 or never becoming pregnant, early menstruation (before age 12), late menopause (after age 55), current use or use in the last ten years of oral contraceptives, and daily consumption of alcohol.•

Early detection of breast cancer, through monthly breast self-exam and particularly yearly mammography after age 40, offers the best chance for survival.•

Ninety-six percent of women who find and treat breast cancer early will be cancer-free after five years.•

Over eighty percent of breast lumps are not cancerous, but benign such as fibrocystic breast disease.•

You are never too young to develop breast cancer! Breast Self-Exam should begin by the age of twenty.
Resources: American Cancer Society National Cancer Institute Komen Foundation
You can help the lives of many women by spreading the word about The Breast Cancer Site pink button as many times as you can. If The Breast Cancer Site receives 8 million clicks on the pink button in June, their premier sponsor -Bare Necessities- will donate $10,000 for more free mammograms. CLICK the pink button today!

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I’m greatful to the research and health care that has helped save a close family member. She’s been healthy for 5 years now.

I’m passing this Meme on to my friends Suzanne, MothersGottaDotCom, Nessa, Roxi, Mrs. M, Tina & Sasha.

Even if you haven’t been tagged for this Meme, please feel free to copy it and use it on your own Blog to spread the good word.

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  1. I just posted about this also. My MIL had a double mastectomy 5 years ago and she’s doing great now.

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