Breast Cancer Centre

Breast Cancer Centre 2017-10-12T08:07:42+00:00

One in 29 women in South Africa will develop breast cancer in their lifetime, making it the most common cancer among women. Although relatively rare, men can also suffer from breast cancer, typically from the age of 60 and above. The key is to detect breast cancer early so that you can get treatment and have a better chance of survival.

If you want to find out more about breast cancer, you can ask an expert.

For a handy document to remind you to do monthly breast self-examinations, click here.

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