Resources for Early Detection Advocates.
Staying on top of your breast health can be the key to beating breast cancer. That's why we put together this library of resources to provide you with all the tools you need to detect early and push back on breast cancer.
Download these four resources below to learn about your breast health rights, questions you should ask your doctor, signs you might need to start screening earlier, and how to check your own breasts!
Six Questions Every Woman Should Ask Her Doctor About Breast Health
Early detection is one of the best tools we have to fight
breast cancer. If you find it early, there's a 95% chance you'll beat it. But to find it early you'll need to look for it, and breast screening is a very personalized process.
Download the Six Questions Every Woman Should Ask Her Doctor About Breast Health to learn what you should discuss with your doctor so breast cancer can be caught early, when it’s most treatable.
Do You Have Dense Breasts? Breast Density 101
Breast density matters. This risk factor affects about 50% of women in their 40’s, 40% of women in their 50’s, and 25% of women older than 60* and—it might affect you, too.
If you are unsure if you have dense breasts, check your mammogram report or ask your healthcare provider—then download this guide to learn about additional screening that may be needed to detect cancer if you have dense breasts.
¡EXAMÍNESE! Autoexploración Mamaria 101
¿Sabes que deberías examinarte las mamas para detectar anomalías una vez al mes? Los autoexámenes son una parte crucial de la detección temprana, pero no todos saben qué buscar. Descargue esta guía para obtener una tutoría rápida.
Do I Need a Breast Cancer Screening?
What’s the best way for you to screen for breast cancer? The answer depends on both your body and your family history. Go through our downloadable decision tree to figure out which path is right for you.
Breast Health Bill of Rights
Knowing your rights is critical to detecting breast cancer early. Download the Breast Health Bill of Rights to advocate for the care you need and deserve.