A national survey suggesting that only three in 10 women can accurately name three or more breast cancer symptoms has led to a call from Cancer Australia for women of all ages to be breast aware.
Breast cancer is expected to be Australia’s most commonly diagnosed cancer in 2018, and it is forecast that over 18,000 women and around 150 men will be diagnosed with the disease this year in Australia.
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