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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an opportunity to show our support and encouragement to those living with breast cancer and also raise awareness for people in our lives who would benefit from learning about prevention and early detection. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer diagnosed in women. Many of us know someone affected by this disease, and this month is a reminder to support those in the fight against breast cancer, celebrate the survivors, honour those who have been taken too soon, and to never give up hope.
Through the Alberta Breast Cancer Screening Program, women over age 50 are encouraged to have a mammogram every two years. Additionally, women of all ages are encouraged to know their own body. Early detection means early treatment, more treatment options and better outcomes. “We must continue to take steps to prevent this disease. As breast cancer survival rates increase due to advancements in research, prevention, early detection and innovative treatment options, those affected show us their strength and the increasing possibility of living incredible lives beyond cancer.
“To those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, please know there is hope, there is support for you and we admire your strength.”
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