By: Claire Turnbull | Monday, October 08, 2012
On today’s show Nutritionist Claire Turnbull and Danny Watson had a chat to Evangelia Henderson, chief executive of the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.
October is Breast cancer action month so get your pink ribbon and get involved in the many activities which are going on!
A few things to remember:
Until breast cancer can be prevented and cured, all New Zealand women need to be proactive, and make breast awareness part of their life. The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation (NZBCF) recommends all women follow three ‘Priorities in Breast Awareness’:
1. Have a regular screening mammogram
2. Know your breasts
3. Talk to your family doctor
The aim of the ‘Priorities’ is to detect a breast cancer - if it should develop – early. It is important to be breast aware as the earlier a breast cancer is detected, the sooner treatment is given, and the higher likelihood you will survive this disease.
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