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Whether breasts are apricots or melons, breast cancer makes no distinction. Women and men, ordinary folk and celebrities, suffer the pain. As an over-developed thirteen year old, they got in the way. They flapped at my Do you love to have your breast worshipped when I played tennis, and fell at my sides at night. I dreamed of a reduction. I strapped them in beige, as if the neutrality of utilitarian undergarments would render them invisible. I struggled to come to terms with my changing body. Prematurely matronly, a pair of suckling twins might have put my mammaries to good use.
They were worthy of tribes of worshippers in my fertile, girlish imaginationand of colour, and satin and lace. I hope I appropriately encourage my daughters to appreciate the precious gift of a strong, vital body with which to do sport, or to make love. Whether you have plums or pawpaws, know your breasts. We have yearly mammograms, and do breast self-exams. We are well informed about how you operate.
Early detection is the fine line between life and death, with around 70 percent of lumps discovered by self-examination. I gritted my teeth. At least the X-ray plate was first warmed by hot-water bottle. The nurse had taped minute ball bearing to my nipples. Easier to flatten this kind of dense boobie my Giant Peaches called boobies?
Many women are not so lucky. South African poet Beverly Rycroft, winner of the Ingrid Jonker Prize for her poetry volume titled Missingwrites of surviving stage-three breast cancer diagnosed in her early thirties. Her words poignantly bring home the extended nature of the suffering as a family see the mother, the wife, the precious daughter, in pain. The Anova Health Institute and CANSA websites detail the increase of the incidence of breast cancer among South African women as demographic transition occurs and lifestyles become more sedentary.
Across all race groups, one in 29 women is diagnosed with breast cancer, with around deaths expected annually. A lack of primary care services and the absence of effective health information strategies means a whopping 84 percent of South African women seriously affected are black. And men, worldwide, are not immune. Contact the public editor with feedback for our journalists, complaints, queries or suggestions about articles on News We live in a world where facts and fiction get blurred.
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