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As we close up on October - breast cancer awareness month, the most common cancer in women of all races, with over a hundred thousand cases diagnosed per year in Nigeria.
We ain't stopping the campaign! , but to go on reminding you of how to take proactive measures to win and maintain a healthy breast.

Be reminded of:
1. The risk factors: 
~ Females are more at risk but be informed that breast cancer can also be found in men
~ Your family history and age
~ Lack of physical activity and obesity
~ Women who smoke and drink immoderately
~ Frequent exposure to radiation from radiotherapeutic treatments

2. Signs and symptoms to watch out for:
~ A change in the shape and size of the breast
~ Growth of mass called lumps from the breast tissue
~ Inversion of the #nipples
~ Pigmentation and scarring of the breast skin
~ Discharge of blood or mucosal fluids from the nipples.

🎉 The good news is ~  breast cancer survival rates are rising as screening methods and treatments offered are being improved; 

~ As a lifeline in your community, support cancer fighters in your environment, celebrate the survivors and be sure to show respect to those lost.

~ Wellness Cues: Eat plant-based diet limit intake of alcohol, sodas, sugars, smoked and canned foods, quit smoking 🚭, exercise 🏊‍♂ , and maintain a healthy body mass index ⚖.

~ As a female, check for any change in the shape or look of your breasts on a bi-monthly basis via self-examination (during your ovulation or after your monthly menstrual flow); If you observe any, do see a doctor.

~ Make a biannual mammogram screening part of your yearly schedule.

➡️ Prevention is Primal, and Early Detection is Life Saving 💯⛑

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