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Breast Cancer Awareness Saves Lives

In this 10 min video, Clinic 66's Dr Clea Anagnostopoulou answers the most commonly asked questions we receive about Breast Health.



Regular breast self-examination saves lives. As the expert on your own breasts, you should see your doctor if you detect any worrisome changes such as;

  • a new lump (particularly if it is not tender) or new lumpiness (especially if its only in one breast).

  • a change in the size or shape of your breast

  • a change in the skin of your breast such as redness or dimpling

  • any changes in the nipple such as itchiness, scabbing or discharge

  • any persistent pain in your left or right breast.

Most changes are NOT due to breast cancer but it’s important to see your doctor without delay if you notice any of these changes.


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