These Two Teens Have an Important Message to Send About Breast Cancer

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Breast cancer doesn’t discriminate when it comes to age or gender, and these two Canadian teens are doing their part to share this important message. In their homemade PSA, these students from River Hebert District High in Nova Scotia, Canada, use flash cards to illustrate that breast cancer can happen at any age, and to men as well as women. Although breast cancer involves a variety of risk factors and there is no absolute way to prevent it, the teens also draw attention to the importance of healthy eating and regular exercise in helping to minimize your risk.

Though the average age of diagnosis is between the ages of 50 and 69, breast cancer can develop at any age. Take a look at the video to learn more.

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