HOW TO DO A BREAST SELF-EXAM
IN THREE EASY STEPS
Explore your breasts. Get comfortable knowing how they feel.
The better you know your breasts, the better you’re able to spot changes.
By being comfortable with your body and checking your breasts every month,
you can catch the and symptoms of breast cancer early.
Tell your mom, tell your best friend, tell your neighbour, tell your colleagues –and check your breasts #Every30Days
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
Symptoms of breast cancer include:
A lump or swelling in the breast or armpit
Change in the size or shape of the breast
Eczema-like rash on the nipple
A bloody discharge from the nipple
Visit your doctor if you detect symptoms
ADVICE FROM A
HOW DO YOU CHECK YOURSELF #EVERY30DAYS
Support breast cancer survivors
Meet the Ditto Project by Reach for Recovery
Many breast cancer patients in South Africa can’t afford a bra, let alone a breast prosthesis.
Reach for Recovery wants to help these women from very low-income groups
to feel confident again after diagnoses and surgery through assisting them with silicone breast prosthese
REACH FOR RECOVERY
Roche has partnered with Reach for Recovery through the Playing for Pink initiative aimed
at assisting patients who have had mastectomies and can’t afford reconstruction surgery.
The Playing for Pink charity event takes place in October 2018 and a large percentage
of proceeds raised will go towards Reach for Recovery's Ditto Project.