Don't give up hope. I love this message. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I am using this post to remind my lady friends of the importance of early detection. I had my own scare two years ago ... "I don't think THAT is supposed...Read more
While not every lump is cancerous, your chances of getting breast cancer increase once you’re fifty.
The Thingamaboob shows just how important mammograms are in detecting breast cancer at its earliest stage when it’s most treatable.
So think of your breasts and get regular mammograms every two years until you’re sixty-nine. No matter how old you are, become familiar with your breasts and talk to your healthcare professional if you notice any changes. Read more about breast cancer screening guidelines for women of all ages.