Importance of Doing Monthly Breast Self-Examination

Monthly Reminder!

Once you discover anything unusual, particularly a dominant mass, consult a breast specialist right away. The breast specialist will do a clinical breast examination and give you a diagnosis. He may order some diagnostic tests if needed. Don’t procrastinate the consultation and treatment, if needed, that is being advised by the breast specialist. If the dominant mass is benign, then you are relieved of the anxiety of breast cancer. If the dominant mass turns out unfortunately to be cancer, have it treated right away by the breast specialist. Don’t wait for the cancer to grow bigger and spread to the point there is nothing much that can be done.

Catch a breast cancer, if it develops, as small as possible! You can catch it as small as one centimeter by doing monthly breast self-examination.

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Catch a breast cancer, if it develops, as small as possible! You can catch it as small as one centimeter by doing monthly breast self-examination.

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Catch a breast cancer, if it develops, as small as possible! You can catch it as small as one centimeter by doing monthly breast self-examination. Do not wait for it to rupture as prognosis becomes poorer and there may be nothing much that a breast specialist can do to help.

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Catch a breast cancer, if it develops, as small as possible! You can catch it as small as one centimeter by doing monthly breast self-examination. Do not wait for it to grow to a huge size and to spread as prognosis becomes poorer and there may be nothing much that a breast specialist can do to help.

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ROJ@17jun1

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