Many women think that breast cancer will only occur to those with known risk factors such as family history of breast cancer. In fact, 90% of breast cancer cases are not hereditary. Many women with breast cancer have no known risk factors apart from simply being women!We’ve been anxious about COVID and seen how a pandemic can disrupt our lives! Yet, breast cancer has always been around. We should view it with the same level of urgency and educate ourselves so we can lead fulfilling lives. Let Dr. Lynette Ngo, a breast cancer specialist with over 20 years of experience in breast and gynaecological cancers from Curie Oncology share with you 3 simple steps of breast self examination: TLC ( Touch Look Check). Start doing your routine breast self-examination today and schedule your mammogram screening today!1. Introduction to Dr. Lynette Ngo — 0:092. Breast self examination – TOUCH — 0:323. Breast self examination – LOOK — 0:534. Breast self examination – CHECK — 1:065. Deterring factors for mammogram screening — 1:226. Suggested frequency of screening for all ages — 1:41Find out more about Curie Oncology at:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/curieoncology.com.sg/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/curieoncology/ Website: https://curieoncology.com.sg/ Medical Channel Asia is proud to be a partner of DKSH in creating greater health awareness. This series of videos is brought to you by DKSH.—SUBSCRIBE NOW for your regular dose of Asian health information!Follow us online!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/medicalchann…Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medicalchan…Website: http://www.medicalchannelasia.com/
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A mammogram is a X-ray of the breast which can detect cancer up to two years before the tumor can be detected by self or the doctor. It is recommended that women aged between 40 to 45 years or older who are at an average risk of breast cancer should undergo mammogram once a year.#EarlyDetection #Prevention #BreastScreening #BreastCancer #BreastCancerAwareness
Newark Beth Israel’s Dr. Lori Schleicher discusses the need to get an annual mammogram. Approximately one in every eight women will get breast cancer in her lifetime. Women should receive their first screening mammogram at age 40 and continue to get screening mammograms once a year. Newark Beth Israel Medical Center together with Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the state’s only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, offers the very latest in comprehensive breast health services, including mammograms, 3D mammograms, breast MRI, genetic testing, fellowship trained breast surgeons, clinical trials and more – like peace of mind.#LetsBeatCancerTogether #LetsBeHealthyTogether
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Harriet Borofsky, M.D., Medical Director of the Women’s Centers at Bayshore Medical Center and Riverview Medical Center discuss breast health topics such as:Why do we screen for cancer?When should you get a mammogram?What vitamins should I take to promote women’s health?How to improve breast healthNew mammogram system and camera at BMCHow common is breast cancer in younger women?Should younger women get a mammogram if breast cancer is common in my family?Learn more about the women’s centers at BayshoreMedicalCenter.org/Womens or RiverviewMedicalCenter.com/WomensSubscribe for new videos – http://bit.ly/SubscribeHMHLearn more about Hackensack Meridian Health – http://bit.ly/HMHWebListen and subscribe to our Podcasts on iTunes http://bit.ly/hackensackmeridianhealthHackensack Meridian Health is a leading not-for-profit health care organization that is truly the most integrated health care network in New Jersey.Get Connected.➸ Facebook – http://bit.ly/HMHFacebook➸ Twitter – http://bit.ly/HMHTwitter➸ Instagram – http://bit.ly/HMHInstagram➸ Flickr – http://bit.ly/HMHFlickr➸ LinkedIn – http://bit.ly/HMHLinkedIn➸ SoundCloud – http://bit.ly/HMHSoundCloudThanks for watching and subscribing!