Breast Cancer

(Latest News) Navajo Nation Recognizes *Breast Cancer* Awareness Month!

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New Delhi, India:- Through proclamation provided by Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and also Vice President Myron Lizer, the month of October has been proclaimed “Navajo Country Breast Cancer Awareness Month” to support individuals fighting bust cancer cells, honor bust cancer cells survivors, and also to raise recognition and urge the general public to get evaluated for the condition.

 

“As I see our communities, I hear from many people as well as families who are touched by the discomfort as well as difficulties caused by bust cancer cells. During Navajo Country Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we honor as well as keep in mind those that lost their lives to bust cancer cells and recognize the toughness as well as strength of those that got over the condition. We need to keep in mind that males and females can be detected with breast cancer cells, but females go to greater risk. We urge everybody to obtain an evaluation as well as to be mindful of their overall wellness. Awareness, very early detection, and therapy can conserve many lives,” President Nez stated on Monday.

 

The announcement mentions that breast cancer cells are one of the most frequently diagnosed cancer amongst Navajo ladies at a rate of 60 per 100,000 women. The Navajo Division of Health urges people to obtain routine cancer tests to decrease the threat of creating bust cancer.

 

The Navajo Breast and Cervical Cancer cells Prevention Program will provide mammograms throughout the month of October– a timetable looms. Public health officials advise mammogram testing for females over 40 years old every one to two years to reduce risks.

 

The Navajo Workplace of the President and Vice President urges the general public to put on the shade pink during the month of October, to sustain people battling bust cancer cells, honor bust cancer cells survivors, and also to raise recognition as well as motivate individuals to obtain screened for cancer cells.

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