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A pictured, step-by-step guide, to self-checks, for him and her - our health is our wealth, keep your investment healthy.
Let today be your monthly M.O.T, or Service for those of you who wish to make this part of your Self-Care Day, and do a Breast 'SELF-CHECK' Today!
Breast Cancer is one of the most common cancers in the UK, AND YES! Men can get Breast Cancer too! So lets work together to spread the word about
self-checks and make sure that we (men and women) are giving ourselves regular checks.
Below are the steps of carrying out self-examination. Please remember that this is an brief information guide and should NEVER be used instead of seeking medical advice and examination from a trained Health Advisor or Doctor.
Here is a step-by-step guide to doing a self-check. Make this a part of your regular routine.
“Testicular cancer can be deadly. Luckily, the disease is also easily curable — if a man finds it in time. Testicular cancer usually begins as a painless lump, which can be found without a doctor’s help. For his own good health, every man — not just older men — should know how to
do a self-check of the testicles. In fact, testicular cancer most often appears in men from ages 15 to 35. Start in your teen years. Checking testicles for lumps is quick, painless, and can save a life.” – Ruth K. Westheimer and Pierre A. Lehu