The aim of breast self-examination is to become breast aware – to know what's normal for you and act on any changes by seeking advice from a doctor.
In order to become breast aware, it is important to familiarise yourself with both the look and feel of your breasts and routinely check for the signs and symptoms so that you can identify any possible changes. Changes do not necessarily mean you have breast cancer but they should be further investigated.
This application was solely funded by donations from the Bahrain community as part of the Charity’s education and research fund. Following extensive research and medical professional involvement this mobile education tool has been developed as a means of overcoming privacy issues and giving a local discourse for the community we live in.
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