| July 6, 2007
There is no data to support it reduces mortality from breast cancer.
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Oh boy, Kevin. You must really be in the mood to be abused by all the “empowerment” groups this morning.
Honestly, I, as a woman, have never truly understood what the devil I’m supposed to notice. Maybe if something were to show up I’d realize what I’m looking for?
Luckily for me, I’m actually at a very low risk for developing breast cancer – other issues. But, the instruction in giving oneself a breast exam is mighty lacking.
So, I can see why there is a low return on this. Maybe this should be part of sex education with “fake breasts” young women are taught to examine and feel for abnormalities? Just a thought.
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