Did you know? Approximately 1 in 8 Canadian woman will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. That means the chances of you knowing someone who has been affected by breast cancer is *really* high. It’s so important for all women to be familiar with their bodies and pay attention to their breast health. Canadian guidelines recommend women of average risk start mammogram screening at age 50 and every 2 years thereafter. Earlier detection of breast cancer means higher likelihood of cure. Even though self examinations are NO LONGER recommended for breast cancer detection, it’s still important for women to recognize any changes in their breast. Be on the lookout for the breast-related topics this month! Be on the lookout for the breast-related topics this month!