October is considered to be Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Do you know what that means? It’s that time to get those mammograms.
Breast Cancer happens to be the most common Cancer among Women. However, it’s important to know that men can also be diagnosed with breast cancer as well.
It’s important that we raise awareness to educate on systems and treatment, so that we can be alert of earlier detection and to support those who have suffered from Breast Cancer.
Did you know 1 out of 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer?
It’s important that women get regular check ups and also spot check at home once a month. Properly assessing yourself on a regular basis can catch early on signs such as lumps, skin abnormalities around the breast area, other inflammatory conditions.
Everyone knows someone who has or has been effected by Breast cancer. Supporting one another is so important to one’s spirit and fight. Supporting the fighters, admiring the survivors, and honoring the taken, is the one support we, as a community, can do to keep the love, faith, and hope among one another against Breast Cancer.
For more information about Breast Cancer, Treatment, Support Groups please visit the Cancer Treatment of America website.
Keep raising awareness & Stay Informed!