Tell you what, grab hold your pair, be they big or small, male or female, and do your self-exam while you listen to these songs. And when you're done, head on down to Part II of this week's edition of Two-fer Tuesday.
After listening to some great music, you get to play advocate and go out to educate your friends, family, strangers, whoever, and do whatever it takes. Hold bakes sales. Get your book club together to talk about what you can do to help raise awareness. Perhaps your local blues or jazz or folk society would put together a fundraising night! C'mon, we all have breast tissue, so this means the battle is on for us all!
Before you start the second part, go call friends and encourage them to start their self-breast exams while they, too, listen along. And take this day to talk to those around you about early detection and early treatment being the key to fighting this disease.
* Every 13 minutes, someone dies of breast cancer.
* Early detection of breast cancer, through monthly breast self-exam and particularly yearly mammography after age 40, offers the best chance for survival.
* Ninety-six percent of women who find and treat breast cancer early will be cancer-free after five years.
* You are never too young to develop breast cancer! Breast Self-Exam should begin by the age of twenty.
Educate and communicate. Two of the most important components of providing help in this fight against cancer.