Watch as Alex Unusual mark ‘No Bra Day’ in an awesome way (Video)

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Watch as Alex Unusual mark 'No Bra Day' in an awesome way (Video)
As Nigerian ladies mark ‘No Bra Day’ everyone of them has their views on the special day for them being 13th October. Just like others who see the opportunity to sample their breast without bra, Alex Unusual took time to educate women on the need of knowing their status about Breast cancer.

Here is what she dropped as she shared her view on Breast Cancer. Read below and watch the video;

alex_unusualAbout 40 Nigerians die daily from breast cancer according to the World Health Organization. According to current statistics, over 80% of women who get diagnosed may die. This is due to late presentation caused by not screening regularly. It’s time to jointly kick out this plague that has befallen human especially women, and it’s breast cancer awareness.
The key to surmounting this is PREVENTION and prevention by SCREENING. First, it starts with me examining my breasts and you examining your breasts once a month. It’s that simple. I check my breasts a week after my monthly flow, I’m looking if there are skin changes, unusual redness, dimpling, puckering, inward pulling of the nipple, then I check if there are lumps different from the normal lumpiness of the breast, also press my armpit for lumps and then lastly, I press the breasts for any discharge. I am not pregnant or breastfeeding, so I shouldn’t have breast discharge. If you are 40years and above, also do mammogram- Xray of the breast once a year. This can help you pick any lump your fingers cannot pick. For us below the age of 40years, let’s also do a breast scan. The doctor checks our breasts with a scan machine for any hidden lump.
So tell your mum to tell her friend to tell her sister to tell another friend. Together we can kick the scourge of breast cancer in our society but first we have to get screened regularly!!! To support Breast Cancer Awareness month, In collaboration with @accessbasiccare , I am giving out five free mammography vouchers to women age 40 and above.

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About 40 Nigerians die daily from breast cancer according to the World Health Organization. According to current statistics, over 80% of women who get diagnosed may die. This is due to late presentation caused by not screening regularly. It's time to jointly kick out this plague that has befallen human especially women, and it's breast cancer awareness. The key to surmounting this is PREVENTION and prevention by SCREENING. First, it starts with me examining my breasts and you examining your breasts once a month. It's that simple. I check my breasts a week after my monthly flow, I'm looking if there are skin changes, unusual redness, dimpling, puckering, inward pulling of the nipple, then I check if there are lumps different from the normal lumpiness of the breast, also press my armpit for lumps and then lastly, I press the breasts for any discharge. I am not pregnant or breastfeeding, so I shouldn't have breast discharge. If you are 40years and above, also do mammogram- Xray of the breast once a year. This can help you pick any lump your fingers cannot pick. For us below the age of 40years, let’s also do a breast scan. The doctor checks our breasts with a scan machine for any hidden lump. So tell your mum to tell her friend to tell her sister to tell another friend. Together we can kick the scourge of breast cancer in our society but first we have to get screened regularly!!! To support Breast Cancer Awareness month, In collaboration with @accessbasiccare , I am giving out five free mammography vouchers to women age 40 and above.

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