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Improving breast self-examination training by using the 4MAT Instructional model.
The questions were subcategorized into ten areas: (1) education of female athletes about breast self-examination, (2) education of female athletes about breast cancer, (3) education of male athletes about testicular self-examination, (4) education of male athletes about testicular cancer, (5) knowledge of the risk factors of breast cancer, (6) knowledge of the risk factors of testicular cancer, (7) breast self-examination techniques, (8) testicular self-examination techniques, (9) preventive behaviors of breast cancer, and (10) preventive behaviors of testicular cancer.
Although regular breast self-examination may reduce breast cancer mortality, the majority of women do not practice it (Salazar, 1994:49).
The topics addressed were menstrual cycle difficulties, breast self-examination, Pap testing, HIV-testing and sexual dysfunction.
Every girl above the age of 20 years should do breast self-examination every month as breast cancer is the only cancer if detected early, chances of surviving are more than 90 percent.
Preventive Services Task Force issued an update that softened its recommendations on mammographic screening and breast self-examination.
Her aim is to promote the idea of breast self-examination to all women and encourage them to adopt it as a daily part of their lives.
Think Pink Bahrain provided the girls with an information sheet in Urdu about breast self-examination, which they were told to pass on to their mothers.
A THE breast self-examination is the same for women with breast implants as for all women.
Mr Olner and Break-through Breast Cancer are concerned that recent debates about the value of breast self-examination have contributed to feelings of anxiety and confusion among women about what they should or should not be doing.
She says breast self-examination doesn't save your life, even if you find a lump.