Breast Self-Exam (Copyright © ACOG)
Publication Year: 2009
A breast self-exam can detect changes in your breast that could lead to breast cancer. This publication helps explain how to do a self-breast exam, why it is key to your health, and what to look for when doing a self-breast exam.
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American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
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