Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2021: Rally In Supporting, Serving and Screening Everyone

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How often should we be screening for breast cancer? When should these exams or self-checks begin?

What is a mammogram? How can you best prepare for this type of screening?

Can physical activity reduce the risk of breast cancer?

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What are some common breast cancer misconceptions?

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What are some of your top recommendations for breast cancer prevention or slowing progression?

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