Making strides against breast cancer : Is an attempt to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of breast cancer by introducing symptoms and treatment. They hope that increased knowledge will lead to early detection of breast cancer, which is associated with higher survival rates over the long term, and that funds raised to treat breast cancer will be a reliable source and a lasting treatment.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 2017
Making strides against breast cancer is one of the preaching patterns of the concept of preaching health. Breast cancer advocates support fundraising and lobbying for better care, increased levels of knowledge, and increased patient empowerment. Proponents of awareness may campaign or provide free or low-cost services. The culture of breast cancer, sometimes called pink ribbon culture, refers to increasing cultural awareness about breast cancer, a social movement that supports it and is the largest movement concerned with women’s health.
Pink Ribbon is the most prominent symbol of breast cancer awareness, and in many countries October is the month of global awareness of breast cancer. Some international breast cancer institutions receive substantial financial support through corporate sponsorship.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk 2016
How to prevent breast cancer
- Be sure to take vitamin B12 heavily, by eating the foods that contain it, or the use of supplements in pharmacies.
- Do not eat carbohydrates in large quantities. Regular exercise.
- Eat lots of green vegetables such as broccoli, spinach and others.
- Drink a cup of green tea daily, because it contains antioxidants.
- Check with your doctor first, especially after the age of forty.
- Eat enough folic acid daily.
- Maintain the ideal body weight.
- Eat plenty of mushrooms, can be eaten raw, or added to dishes.
- Eat a teaspoon of flaxseed daily, which has proven its ability to cure breast cancer.
- Eat low amounts of fat.
- Be careful to eat soybeans daily, helping to get rid of breast cancer.
- Avoid taking drugs that lead to increased estrogen in the body such as: birth control drugs and others.
How to Detect Breast Cancer
- Stand in front of the mirror in a straight way with careful monitoring of the breast well, and note any change it.
- Stretching on a comfortable bed, then lifting the left hand and placing it behind the head, then start touching the left breast, under the left armpit with the right hand, to make sure there are no lumps or tumors.
- Repeat the same process in the right breast, under the right armpit with the left hand.
- Age and pressure on the nipples of the breast to make sure there are no fatty secretions of the breast.
Note: If there is any change in the breast or under the armpits, it is advisable to consult a specialist immediately, as early detection of breast cancer raises the possibility of recovery about 90%.