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Be Breast Aware

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation encourages women and men to practice breast awareness – to know how your breasts normally look and feel, and what changes to check for and discuss with a health care provider.

Even though many breast changes are normal, some changes are not. Unusual changes can be caused by a benignBenign:
Not cancerous. This is also referred to as non-malignant.
(noncancerous) condition, or they may be a sign of cancer. Most breast changes will not be breast cancer, but should be checked by a health care provider.

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation invites you to learn more about breast health and being breast aware by exploring this section of the website: