What’s Your Breast Cancer Plan?

Why does every woman need a breast cancer plan?

Because . . .   

 

And . .  .

 

And men too because . . .  

 

 See the difference? 

  

It’s worth it to have a plan!

But what does a breast cancer plan even look like? 

The first part of every breast cancer plan is to . . .  

 
A self-exam is crucial in knowing your breasts. Pick a date once a month. It only takes a few minutes, but those few minutes each month could save your life one day. 
  

Then look for changes . . .  

 

Research your family history.  

 
If the answer is “YES”, consider genetic testing. 

  

The American Cancer Society changed the guidelines for scheduled mammograms in the fall of 2015. Click here to see what’s different and talk to your doctor!

 

Add some common sense to your breast care plan too.           

 

When something changes or doesn’t feel right, don’t wait!  

   

 

Want more information?

 http://ww5.komen.org  

  http://m.cancer.org
  

 

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About courage2conquercancer

At the age of 40, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is an account of my journey from my discovery and beyond.
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