Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women. For every eight women who read this, it is estimated that one of us will be diagnosed with breast cancer in our lifetime.

Together, we can fight it. We all should have a plan to detect breast cancer in its early stages. We need to encourage those around us to do the same.

Use this free resource to create a plan for yourself. 

You know your breasts better than anyone else, which is why breast self-exams are important. When breast cancer is detected early, the 5-year survival rate is 100%! Become familiar with the appearance and feel of your breast. You should report any changes or concerns to your doctor. Finding a change does not necessarily indicate that cancer is present, but awareness is important.

Learn how to properly conduct a breast self-exam here