by the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
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This year, over 250,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. The good news is that when breast cancer is detected early, it can be treated more successfully, increasing the chances for survival.
It is important to know the signs and symptoms of what could potentially be breast cancer. To help with this, National Breast Cancer Foundation has identified three steps you can take to be proactive about your breast health and help increase your chances of detecting breast cancer early.
This potentially life-saving information can be found in our free guide, 3 Steps to Early Detection. This free resource helps you answer three important questions:
1.) What should I look for if I examine my own breast?
2.) When should I see my doctor?
3.) When and how often should I get a mammogram?
For free resources on breast cancer, click here.