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Awareness is key to survival

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But to get a little closer to home, according to the ACS’s Web site, the United States has more cases of breast cancer than any other country on the planet.

After reading all of the information I’ve given you and any more that you may hear in the coming month, you may start to wonder what you can do to see all of those numbers go down. Well, I have some answers:
n Get tested. Many women attribute their survival over breast cancer to early detection. Women who are 18 and up should see their doctor annually for a mammogram, as well as perform monthly breast self-examinations.

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