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Uploaded on Feb 9, 2009

THERE ARE ABOUT TWO-AND-A-HALF-MILLION BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS IN THE
U-S TODAY. AWARENESS AND EARLY DETECTION CAN SAVE THOUSANDS OF LIVES
EVERY YEAR.

DOCTOR JOHN KILUK FROM MOFFITT CANCER CENTER IN TAMPA, FLORIDA, SAYS BREAST CANCER IS HIGHLY TREATABLE IF CAUGHT EARLY THROUGH SCREENING. PLAIN AND SIMPLE, THE EARLIER WE CAN FIND THE ABNORMALITY, THE FASTER WE CAN GET THE TREATMENT DONE, THE BETTER PATIENTSWILL DO. THAT IS THE BOTTOM LINE, THAT MAMMOGRAMS SAVE LIVES.

WOMEN WHO HAVE NOT YET HAD MAMMOGRAMS ALSO HAVE THE POWER TO CATCH THE DISEASE EARLY. BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR STENA CAMPAGNA URGES EACH WOMAN TO BE HER OWN ADVOCATE.

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