Pink :: Breast Cancer Awareness


We are aware that one of the cool things about the month October is Breast Cancer Awareness. Breast Care for all women is vital, particularly due to genetics, lifestyle and, and age. In the District there are so many campaigns for the cause. If you are like me, you may have lost love ones to the battle and praying for and donating for extensive research to find a cure and quality care to women (and men) who have been diagnosed with the disease.


It’s never to early to fitting a self-breast examination. If you have full bust, you start at the age of 20. Clinical breast exams are usually part of the routine for your physical, annual pap visit or a regular doctor’s visit. If you are age 40 and above please don’t skip your yearly mammogram screening.


Today’s technology has a better screening process for early detection and contribute to reducing your risk factors for breast cancer.




There are breast care centers in the communities and throughout the United States that provide you service regardless, of your insurance status.

As a reminder follow these three recommendations for your breast health:

  1. Perform a monthly self-breast examination
  2. Have a clinical breast exams at least once every three years beginning at age 20 and annually after age 40; and
  3. Don’t skip your annual mammogram screening.



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