Doctors say adult women of any age should conduct occasional self-examinations and report changes or abnormalities to their physicians.
"I want to help do what I can do to prevent breast cancer to help stomp that out", said Wade. Proceeds of the Orange Out biscuit will be donated to SOS Lowcountry to raise money for Breast Cancer patients. She's had 28 radiation treatments. However, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force in 2009 suggested women with an average cancer risk and no symptoms could wait until 50 to begin biennial screenings. "We were in and out in 15 minutes and then you get to have wine, who doesn't love that", said Phillips. "That's what I needed to hear from somebody who has been through all these tests and things that you have to go through". If you see anything unusual going on in your body, seek medical attention do not delay.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is the largest network of breast cancer awareness events in the nation, uniting almost 300 communities to celebrate breast cancer survivors, pay tribute to loved ones lost, and raise funds for the American Cancer Society.
"When you live twice, you're supposed to give more", Chaney-Jones said.
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According to her, late diagnosis, screening, and inadequate facilities are significant factors in the high number of deaths recorded from the disease. "Although that person is young, it does not mean that she is invincible to breast cancer", she said. "It's hard to match everybody up all the time", she said.
The Downtown Denville Business Improvement District (BID), local officials, and other community members gathered on Broadway, Denville's main thoroughfare, for a pink ribbon-cutting on October 4 to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition, the risk of cancer is increased in women, whose diet always contains burgers, ham, hot dogs, salami and other meat products. We're learning more and making progress every day.
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A courageous survivor of breast cancer who was diagnosed when she was pregnant, told the audience she recovered fully by following the doctors' advice and with great moral and physical support of family and her doctors.