All Women should examine their breasts
regularly to check what is normal for them and also to identify any changes quickly.
Being breast aware means
knowing how your breasts look and feel normally so
that you notice any change that might be unusual for you. Detecting a change early means that if cancer is diagnosed any treatment may well have a better outcome. Most breast changes will prove to be benign (non-cancerous) but you should always report any concern to your GP.
Men too need to be aware
of any changes in their breast tissue, as approximately 200 men in the UK get breast cancer each year.
(excerpt from Breast Cancer Care Website)
BREAST CANCER CARE give a good explanation of how to be