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October Health Article 2023

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2023

The month of October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Research indicates that finding Breast Cancer EARLY is the key to successful treatment. Every October, millions of people come together to raise awareness about the disease known as Breast CA, Breast cancer, and even IT, (so they won’t have to acknowledge CANCER by its proper name), etc. The awareness walks, talks, seminars, conferences, and even table talks are encouraged to help people get tested and to help people understand what it means to get tested and treated.

Over the years, many women have shared their own personal stories and journeys about breast cancer. The true testimonies that are shared by those fighting cancer, the survivors of cancer, and even by the families left behind to spread the word of their loved one’s journey.

Let’s join in as a people to discuss the importance of performing self-examinations, annual mammograms, and early treatment for any confirmed abnormalities. Your health depends on it.

Additionally, let us celebrate our family, friends, and our friends of friends who were diagnosed with Cancer, sought treatment, and are here to tell their story in their own words about their journey.

The stories that each of them share is not shared for sympathy, but to encourage others on   how they beat cancer.

FAQ on Mammograms:

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