Supporting the fight against breast cancer

‘Mammograms Saves Lives’ featured on the Breast Cancer Site.

The story:
"I was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2011. I have written my story in order to raise awareness and encourage every woman between the ages of 50 and 70 to go for a mammogram. In the UK, the NHS offers this service free to women every three years, but sadly, 25% do not take advantage.
After my mammogram, I received the devastating news that I had breast cancer. I felt well, had no symptoms, have never smoked, eat a healthy diet, and exercise regularly, so how the hell did I get this? There was no explanation, it can happen to anyone! The doctor couldn’t even find a lump and had to detect the tumour using an ultrasound."...

►Read & SHARE◄ her story to encourage the women you love to get their annual mammogram.

Since its release some days ago, Avril's story has received 8366 ‘Likes’ on the Breast Cancer Site’s Facebook page.!/TheBreastCancerSite

"I am shouting this out loud: Mammograms Save Lives!!!"
Like if you agree!

Avril Saunders is the author of Chasin’ That Carrot and the newly released book 'Mammograms Save Lives'


  1. Its really nice story. I will share this. Also I have liked your Facebook page.


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