How to Practice Breast Self-Awareness


Eighty percent of breast cancers are discovered first by women themselves and later confirmed by a health provider. Establishing what’s normal for your breasts by checking in on a monthly basis will help you better identify when something is off and needs to be discussed with a health professional. Bright Pink, a national nonprofit focused on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer, covers tips on practicing breast self-awareness. Bright Pink’s Breast Health Reminders provide monthly texts that prompt you to establish regular check-in behaviors. Text PINK to 59227 to opt in today.

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