breast cancer

Business

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Symptoms of Breast Cancer And What To Do About Them

There are a number of symptoms of breast cancer which mystifies a lot of people especially women. And the best remedy for that is proper education and training – even while you are young. Your health care needs change as you age so you should never feel complacent about your health. While it is true that prevention is better than the cure, early diagnosis can also help save a life. Believe it or not, breast cancer symptoms can be self-diagnosed. There are methods and ways to do it on your own, in your own time, and in the privacy of your own home. Unfortunately, there are various myths and old wives tales surrounding this dreaded illness. Like how wearing a wired bra or using antiperspirants can lead to breast cancer. Their persistence in society has lent it credence and, sadly, true. The thing is, both of these has already been debunked by even Dr. Wong Seng Weng who is the Medical Director at the Singapore Medical Group’s Cancer Center. Parts of your breasts In order to understand the symptoms of breast cancer, you have to know your breast thoroughly. Surprisingly, not all women are aware of this list. Since knowledge

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Entertainment

Show Your Support For Breast Cancer Awareness by Shopping for a Cause

October marks breast cancer awareness month, a time where we support those who have it while also making it known. Throughout the month, there are events that highlight breast cancer like Fashion Can Serve. There are also brands that sell limited edition products wherein 100 percent or part of the proceeds go to cancer research […]

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Fashion

When Solenn Heussaff, Maureen Wroblewitz, and Pia Wurtzbach Walked for Breast Cancer Awareness

Every year, people raise awareness for breast cancer and empower the women who are afflicted by it. But for the latest edition of Fashion Can Serve, the I Can Serve Foundation wanted to emphasize that having a companion during the journey to health is just as important. The slogan “Why We Fight” spoke of love […]

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Fashion

Breast Cancer Survivors Walk a Lingerie Show at NYFW

Lingerie brand AnaOno Intimates casted breast cancer survivors for their New York Fashion Week show. In an impactful move to spread awareness for breast cancer, 16 women of various ages and body types confidently walked the runway in lingerie while adorn with glitter and body paint. Some women also showed off their mastectomy and breast reconstruction scars, […]

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Fashion

How You Can Help Breast Cancer Patients by Wearing Rhett Eala and Vania Romoff Pieces

Every year, breast cancer is one of the top causes of cancer among women. Although it’s a scary disease, many advocacies have always made sure to enlighten people of preventive measures, as well as give a sense of hope to women afflicted with it. This is also why we celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month every October―to […]

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Art

Kenneth Cobonpue Curates Exhibit for Breast Cancer Awareness

Starting today, The Manila Peninsula will host an exhibition of artwork curated by furniture designer Kenneth Cobonpue at the lobby featuring acclaimed Filipino artists BenCab, Elmer Borlongan, Impy Pilapil, Plet Bolipata and Ramon Orlina, along with Kenneth’s own works. Select pieces from the collections of some of the finest contemporary Filipino galleries such as Artinformal, […]