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Breast Health EBook

How to Keep Your Breasts Healthy

By Sue Bedford RGN

Much is already known about the potential risk factors for breast cancer.  The World Health Organisation states that 70% is preventable.  So why then, is the number of women being diagnosed still rising every year?  - possibly because this vital information is not reaching them.

One known fact is that breast cancer rarely develops in a healthy breast. Therefore, this book aims to provide practical information to help you keep your breasts as healthy as possible for as long as possible, and that includes preventing other breast conditions, too.  

Inside you’ll discover:

The common types of benign and malignant breast conditions

The different types of screening methods for breast disease

How to do your own breast health checks

The known and suspected risk factors for breast cancer

Diet and lifestyle measures to keep your breasts healthy

Whether you have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the past, or there is a history of it in your family, you may be able to increase your chance of living a long and healthy life by making some of the simple diet and lifestyle changes highlighted in this book.

To order your copy for just £3, click on the Buy Now button below.  Once you have made your payment by PayPal, you will be sent to a page where you can download the How to Keep Your Breasts Healthy EBook as a Pdf file.

Probably the most feared disease for a woman is breast cancer.  It is the most common type of cancer in women worldwide, with a lifetime risk in the UK of one woman in eight (now one in seven in the US).



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A leaflet about how to keep your breasts healthy

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£1 from every purchase is donated to the charity Breast Cancer UK

£1 from every purchase is donated to the charity Breast Cancer UK