Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, D.C. , better known as Dr. V
Dr V first began her journey with Breast Cancer after she found a lump in her left breast in 2004. She chose to take the road less traveled and explored natural treatments. She thus founded Breast Cancer Conqueror® (BreastCancerConqueror.com) and developed the 7 Essentials System® as a method to empower, support and connect women all around the globe who are facing a similar challenge with their health. Having celebrated victory over Breast Cancer twice, she has become extremely passionate about teaching women how to properly conduct a Breast Self-Exam.
The MammaCare Method® is the recognized quality-standard for physical examination of the breast, was developed with the support of the National Cancer Institute, the National Science Foundation and medical scientists worldwide. They have been advancing Breast Exam Standards and Practices since 1974. The contributions of MammaCare® scientists and colleagues have been noted in landmark reports on early detection. (www.MammaCare.org)
Introducing A NEW ERA in Very Early Breast Cancer Detection
Breast Cancer cases detected by Mammogram (43%)
Breast Cancer cases detected by a Woman Herself (43%) *1
Even if you are consistent with your yearly Mammograms, there are still 364 days of the year in which changes in YOUR breast tissue may occur.
So … if finding a lump is so important and finding it through touch is so effective, then it only makes sense that the better you are at it, the higher the chances are that you will find your lump sooner than later and smaller than bigger.
Tumor Size Detected By Self Breast Examination
NOTE: My Breast Friend™ and the Mammacare Method® are used interchangeably. Same product made by same people with same training program.
The MammaCare Method® , which is the recognized standard for performing and teaching clinical and personal breast examination and has trained 1,000's of doctors around the globe for over 30 years.
The MammaCare Method® was developed with the support of:
So, what constitutes effective instruction for this Breast Self-Exam method?
There are two critical components:
1) Fingers must be taught what to feel for, what a suspicious lump might feel like. This can only be accomplished by palpating a tactually accurate breast model, not by watching a video or reading a pamphlet.
2) The educated fingers must be brought into contact with ALL of the breast tissue where an unhealthy lump might reside.
Science supports a woman's ability to feel her breasts and to accurately find a lump.