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Breast Self Exam
Breast Cancer PreventionBreast cancer prevention and early detection guidelines from Be Aware Foundation in Tustin, California. Inspiring women to follow early detection guidelines and confidently perform a breast self exam, or BSE.
Be Aware is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving women's lives by ensuring that breast cancer is diagnosed and identified at the first sign and in the earliest stage of breast cancer. Our goal is to motivate and inspire women to consistently follow our Early Detection Guidelines; Mammography Guidelines, Physician Exam, Breast Self-Exam, and a Second Opinion. Sign-up now for our e-mail Monthly Reminder System!
ProgramsThe Mission and Goals of the Be Aware Foundation are accomplished through community education. We reach out to the community through corporate worksites, and other public and private resources. The survival rate is greater than 95%, when breast cancer is detected early. We offer educational programs throughout Southern California, where a breast cancer survivor and an RN team up to teach how to manage breast health. Our educational programs are supplemented by an interactive email reminder system. You can sign up for our monthly email reminders for self exam and our annual reminders for clinical exams and mammograms.
News & Events
UPCOMING EVENT: Please join us on May 31st for our 10th anniversary celebration. Enjoy champagne, lunch, and raffle opportunity with old and new friends for a worthy cause. Kristi Maya, Director of Oncology Services at Breastlink will share a message on the future of breast cancer. Visit the Spring Fling event page for more information or to register.
NEWS: Dr. West appeared on an episode of the Dr. Oz Show to talk about the potential breast cancer risk caused by cell phones. Read the October Ask The Doctor article to find out what happened on the episode!
NEWS: Be Aware recently published a case report on cell phone related breast cancers,"Multifocal Breast Cancer in Young Women with Prolonged Contact between Their Breasts and Their Cellular Phones." Download the Case Report or view the Online version.
Early Detection and ResearchThe Be Aware Foundation funds clinical research through fully integrated centers that are dedicated to providing the full continuum of care for individuals with breast cancer. Your donation will directly fund breast cancer research and our efforts to spread awareness!
EventsVisit the Spring Fling event page for more information or to register for the May 31st event.
Check out our Community Events Calendar for local events in the breast cancer prevention community, and to add your local event to our website!
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