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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Early detection is key to increase survival rates. Which do you regularly do? Tell us by 10/16 for the chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card!

Have you, or anyone you know had breast cancer? How was it detected?

Mammogram (45.3%)

Breast self exam (64.7%)

Breast exam by a doctor (52.7%)

None of the above (10.9%)

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Early detection is key to increase survival rates. Which do you regularly do? Tell us by 10/16 for the chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card!
  • janiea By janiea
    on Oct 11, 2018  

    Breast self exam, but nothing like I should do.

  • Beverlyjade By Beverlyjade
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    My husbands grandmother had breast cancer and they found it through a mammogram. She beat cancer and has been cancer free.

  • jca_82 By jca_82
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    my aunt is a survivor! i check all the time and ob too!

  • KouponKat By KouponKat
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    I do it all. My mom had breast cancer so I am always vigilant.

  • Petalrose By Petalrose
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    Mammogram every year.

  • jannzul By jannzul
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    Mamamgraph and primary doctor does exam as well.

  • Midlifeswag By Midlifeswag
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    just had my 3D mammogram! Normal :)

  • renejoseph By renejoseph
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    I do all 3

  • renejoseph By renejoseph
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    I do all 3

  • Debra_AR By Debra_AR
    on Oct 12, 2018  

    Haven't been overly concerned in the past, as I know that whatever comes, God's grace will carry me/us. But, have also recently decided it would be prudent to stay on top of it all, after prayer and reflection since mom's 2nd breast cancer scare and recent lumpectomy, especially given my age (51 and not getting any younger. 🙄). Have a mammo scheduled for next month. 💟