Your Breast Density – your Destiny, know it.

Breast Density may be leading risk factor for Breast Cancer – Reuters Health Researchers examined data on more than 18,000 women with breast malignancies and 184,000 women the same age without breast cancer. They found breast density appeared to be the biggest indicator of cancer risk, even more than other common risk factors like family … More Your Breast Density – your Destiny, know it.

Ultrasound detects more cancers in dense breasts

Education is one of the most powerful weapons of change. BREAST DENSITY education is up to us women, we must be our own advocates for change until breast screening protocols are updated to include breastdensity notification. Breast Density has been studied for decades and it has long been acknowledged globally as a significant risk factor. … More Ultrasound detects more cancers in dense breasts

Be Dense Aware

BREAST DENSITY cannot be felt by touch and has nothing to do with breast size or shape. 40% of women have DENSE BREASTS. BREAST DENSITY can only be measured by Mammogram. BREAST DENSITY reporting is not mandatory in Ireland. IN IRELAND you will NOT routinely be told about your BREAST DENSITY WHY? BEINGDENSE.COM propose that … More Be Dense Aware

Global advocacy strives for Breast Density notification

PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH WOMEN EVERYWHERE 👭 http://www.beingdense.com is part of a Global effort which is reaching out and communicating to women worldwide on the risks association between Breast Density and Breast Cancer. Being Dense advocates for Irish Women and seeks endorsement for Breast Density inform policy If you have Dense breasts you need to … More Global advocacy strives for Breast Density notification

Nollaig na mban Shona Daoibh go leir “Nollaig na mBan,” or “Little Women’s Christmas,” is an old custom that’s still celebrated by women all over Ireland. Please share http://www.Beingdense.com with all the women you know today. 40% of women have Dense Breasts. Irish women are not currently told about the Mammographic risks associated with Breast … More