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TO BEAT BREAST CANCER, WE HAVE TO TALK ABOUT IT

The thought of someone else going through what we've been through really hurts.

Laura and Mark, NBCF Ambassadors

TO BEAT BREAST CANCER, WE HAVE TO TALK ABOUT IT

The thought of someone else going through what we've been through really hurts.

Laura and Mark, NBCF Ambassadors
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If we're going to end deaths from breast cancer, we need to be able talk about it on many levels. By sharing breast cancer stories, we can help each other. Cancer affects us all in different ways. By sharing our experiences, we can help others to cope with what they're going through.

Mark and Laura have been kind enough to share their story.

ANNI'S BREAST CANCER STORY

Anni was a wife, a mother and an inspiration. Knowing how painful it is to lose someone you love to breast cancer, Mark and Laura wanted to share Anni's story. Their hope is that it will encourage more women to check themselves and promote early detection.

The more lives are saved with early detection the fewer families will experience the pain of losing somebody they love.

" As someone who has watched the person I loved more than any other finally succumb to this terrible disease, I know how important research has been in providing hope and choices to those with breast cancer."

LET'S TALK ABOUT ANNI

See how much Mark and Laura loved Anni

WHAT'S IN THE BREAST SELF-EXAM GUIDE?

Our Breast Self-Exam Guide will show you:

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What you should be looking for

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Where to check on your body

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The four steps you should be following every month.

Download your Breast Self-Exam Guide now

It's important to be aware that finding a lump doesn't mean that you have cancer. Most lumps are harmless. So, don't panic, but do make an appointment with your doctor for further evaluation.
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WHY MARK AND LAURA
WANTED TO SHARE ANNI'S
BREAST CANCER STORY

"The thought of people going through
what we've been through really hurts "

For Mark and Laura, it hasn't been easy to share their breast cancer story. But, they are motivated by their hurt and loss to try and a make a difference wherever possible. And if just one person goes to see their doctor because of their video, it will all be worthwhile.

Mark believes that early detection would have saved Anni's life.

If you have any concerns or are due for a mammogram, please don't put it off.