Oct 05

Breast Cancer Awareness Month & “The Right to Know”

It's your life. Nobody can protect it better than you. (Breast Cancer Awareness Banner)The CDC reports that women with disabilities between the ages of 50-74 report nearly 5% less mammography use than women without a disability of the same age.

Women with a disability are more likely to die from breast cancer — even when diagnosed at the same stage as women without a disability. Regular screening (via mammogram) is the key to early detection of breast cancer, which can lower your risk of dying from the disease.

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