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Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This is the perfect time to promote preventative care, raise funds for cancer research, and become educated on conducting a Breast Self-Exam. One in eight women develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime, making breast cancer an extremely prevalent health concern. While it is not as common, men are able to contract breast cancer as well. In fact, about 2,550 new cases are predicted to be diagnosed in men in 2018.  Breast cancer death rates are higher for women in the U.S. than for any other cancer, other than lung cancer. Although 85% of women who develop breast cancer have no family history of breast cancer, having a first degree relative (mother, sister, daughter) almost doubles the risk of breast cancer..…more >>

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