We’ve all heard or know of women who have fought breast cancer. It could be your grandmother, mother, aunt, sister, daughter, neighbour, friends… You could even be fighting the disease yourself.
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Early detection of breast cancer still remains the best way to beat the ravaging disease that affects one out of eight women. And when it comes to early detection, you hold the most important key. YOU can detect changes in your breasts before your doctor does as you’re familiar with what’s normal for you. So, if you don’t know how to do a breast self-exam, then this article could help you.
There’s so much information about preventing breast cancer that after you’re done going through the maze of research, you can’t even remember what you read.
Think you’ve heard it all about what may cause cancer? Get ready for a shock… An anthropologist published a book blaming breast cancer on the bras you wear.
Most women want to know what they can do to lower their risk of breast cancer. However, some factors such as age and genetics can’t be changed. In fact, just being a woman increases your risk of developing breast cancer up to 12%. And because you’re a woman, you’re exposed to so many toxic chemicals every day through the use of beauty products. An overload of these chemicals in the body have been linked to breast cancer. So, here are beauty products that experts say are the safest…
Thousands Help Raise Breast Cancer Awareness at the 11th Annual Avon Justine iThemba Walkathon
29 000 participants walked for a purpose as they took part in the Avon Justine iThemba Walkathon breast cancer awareness event. This was on Sunday, 23 October at Marks Park in Johannesburg.