Breast Cancer

– October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

ER24 is urging men to also have themselves checked regularly. ‘The most common sign of breast cancer in men is a firm, non-painful mass located just below the nipple.’

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“Whether you’re a mother or father, or a husband or a son, or a niece or a nephew or uncle, breast cancer doesn’t discriminate.” Stephanie McMahon

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“Every woman needs to know the facts. And the fact is, when it comes to breast cancer, every woman is at risk.” Debbie Wasserman Schultz

“There can be life after breast cancer. The prerequisite is early detection.” Ann Jillian

“Breast cancer, whether I like it or not, is part of my family’s story. That’s why I am so passionate about raising awareness, because I have seen firsthand how it can impact others.” DeAngelo Williams

“I think a lot of people just aren’t aware how young you can be and be diagnosed with breast cancer.” Kate Walsh

“Men need to be aware of the health of their bodies, as well – prostate cancer and breast cancer are almost on the same level. It’s fascinating to me that the correlation between the two is almost the same – people don’t talk about it so much, but they are almost equal in numbers.” Olivia Newton-John

“I have to admit, like so many women, I always knew there was a chance. But like so many women, I never thought it would be me. I never thought I’d hear those devastating words: ‘You have breast cancer.” Debbie Wasserman Schultz

“In 1980, a woman promised her dying sister to change how Americans thought about breast cancer. Thirty years later, the result – the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation – is one of the nation’s largest non-profits, and one of the most successful triumphs in public health marketing and changing health habits.” Charles Duhigg