Breast cancer is the leading type of cancer in women worldwide, accounting for upwards of 25% of cancer cases. It's important for women to be routinely screened for the cancer, especially if they have a family history. But in between those crucial appointments women should also be checking their breasts routinely for abnormal lumps and bumps.

One Australian woman, Kylie Armstrong, thought that she had done her routine checks for lumps and found none. But cancer can present differently for each person and Kylie was lucky to have such a trustworthy doctor.




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