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JC
20 Aug 2014, 18:02
1 posts
This disease should always be top of mind. But this opportunity should be seized to teach the upcoming generations about the risks of Breast Cancer; as well as the progress made in treatment, and ways to protect oneself. Let us make it count.
Kelly Crowther
25 Aug 2014, 08:55
1 posts
I agree, October month is ALL about Pink! Think Pink! Its not just a message for women, men too can be affected and impacted. So men encourage your daughters and wives to be tested and get tested yourself! Ask us how to perform Home breast examinations, alternatively ask your GP to refer you for a mammogram!