Published: Thu, November 01, 2018
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Bail and Bond Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser

Bail and Bond Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser

"It is also important for men to understand the disease and encourage the women in their lives to attend regular screening and be aware of the symptoms of possible Breast Cancer". The Society says breast-cancer death rates among women declined by 39 percent from 1989 to 2015. As well as lumps, women should check for a change in the shape or size of the breast, a puckering or dimpling of the skin, a discharge from the nipples, change of nipple shape, redness or a rash on the skin or around the nipples, swelling in the armpits or collar bone area. "By explaining each step in the process of working up and treating a breast problem, The Breast Health Checklist will reduce a patient's anxiety, give her a greater sense of confidence, and allow her to be a proactive participant in her own healthcare". Meanwhile, Superwonderful Films is responsible for the "Be Cancer Alert: Breast Cancer Awareness" TV commercial. It's always better to be safe than sorry, but due to lack of awareness and acceptance; no one wants to come across it until it actually happens to them.

"The Nehmeh Air Conditioners Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign is part our CSR initiatives for the year as done every year".

In addition to male breast cancer, Prof Speirs works on developing models to study breast cancer that use human tissue and therefore does not require animal testing. Statistics provided by the American Cancer Society and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to the discussions, survivors delivered the message via print and TV, of how women wanted to hear empowering and encouraging messages that cancer can be cured.


She indicated that oestrogen regulating contraceptives also has a small risk of causing breast cancer, indicating that most breast cancers are painless. Many people who are diagnosed with cancer also begin to wonder about their mortality.

Talking to this scribe, Dr. Ayesha Isani Majeed, Deputy Project Director FBCSP, Associate Professor of Radiology PIMS, said that the establishment of a "One Stop Breast Clinic" was the answer to the cultural, financial, mental and physical needs of the women of Pakistan. Fortunately, death rates are declining, and improvements in early detection and treatment are key.

Dr Cathy Farnon, Associate Specialist with the Southern Trust's Breast Cancer Team, said: "We know that one in eight women will develop a breast cancer in their lifetime and that a family history, particularly of breast and ovarian cancer can contribute to increased risk".

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