Radiant Health Breast Cancer ResourcesBy Radiant Health
Published: October 31, 2021
Know Your Lemons
Know Your Lemons is arguably the most effective visual health awareness campaigns of all time. Each lemon represents a breast affected by cancer – and clearly demonstrates that there are visual clues in addition to the lumps that women may or may not feel during self-exams.
Self Breast Exam
1| Cleveland Clinic’s written guide to breast self-exam
2| How to do a breast self-exam [VIDEO]
Breast Cancer Organizations
“Among African-American women who develop breast cancer, there is an estimated 20 to 40 percent chance of the breast cancer being triple-negative. “
Source: Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation
1| Know Your Girls: A campaign specifically for Black women breast cancer
3| National Consortium of Breast Centers: This page offers a comprehensive list of national breast cancer resources ranging from young women breast cancer to men’s breast cancer and financial assistance.
Radiant Health Breast Cancer Stories/Features
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