Except for skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, but it can be successfully treated. Screening tests can find cancer early, when chances for survival are highest.
1. Know your risk
2. Get screened
3. Know what is normal for you See your health care provider if you notice any of these breast changes:
To see illustrations of these warnings signs, please visit the breast cancer Warning Signs & Symptoms page.
4. Make healthy lifestyle choices
Watch and share our breast self-awareness videos. Additional breast self-awareness materials and translated materials may be found in the Tools & Resources section of our website.
We offer a variety of breast self-awareness message cards in different languages and for specific populations. You can download and print these cards for free or purchase them in bulk quantities from ShopKomen.com.
You can also find breast self-awareness message cards in other languages from our Translated Materials page.
Breast Cancer 101, Breast Self-Awareness
Your Guide to Breast Self-Awareness
Breast Self-Awareness Messages card in English
Breast Self-Awareness Messages card for African-Americans
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