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Breast Self Exam

What is a Breast Self-Exam

Who should do breast self-exam?

What is the difference between breast self-awareness and breast self-exam?

Is every kind of self-exam the same?

How do I learn the MammaCare Method® for breast self-exam?

Breast Cancer

What is Breast Cancer?

Who gets Breast Cancer?

What are the Risk Factors for Breast Cancer?

What are Signs and Symptoms?

What are the Risks?

How important is early detection?

Can I just rely on my mammograms?

Is breast cancer mostly found in women 50+ years old?

What Do Different types of lumps feel like?

What does a Breast Cancer lump feel like?

What does a Benign Lump feel like?

Can I learn to feel the difference?

The power of touch

Research on Breast Exam Standards: Learning what to feel for

References

American Cancer Society. (2014). Key Statistics for Breast Cancer.

Barton, M. B., Harris, R., & Fletcher, S. W. (1999). Does this patient have breast cancer? The screening clinical breast examination: Should it be done? How? Journal of the American Medical Association, 282(13), 1270-1280.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2014). Breast Cancer in Young Women.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2014). Breast Cancer Trends. 

Gui, G.P. et. al. (2001). The incidence of breast cancer from screening women according to predicted family history risk: Does annual clinical examination add to mammography? European Journal of Cancer, 37(13), 1668-1673. Abstract

Mayo Clinic. (2014). Diseases and conditions: Breast cancer.

National Cancer Institute. (2015). Breast Cancer Screening Concepts.

National Cancer Institute. (2014). SEER stat fact sheet: Breast cancer.

Narod, S.A. (2012). Tumour size predicts long-term survival among women with lymph node-positive breast cancer. Current Oncology, 19(5), 249-253. Full-text and table

Young Survival Coalition. (2015). Statistics and Disparities. 

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