Knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self-examination
among female undergraduate students in the University of Buea.
Television was also the most common source of knowledge regarding breast self-examination
Table 5: Participants' breast self-examination
(BSE) practices (n = 204).
Health beliefs related to breast self-examination
in a sample of Turkish women.
Many women were puzzled and even angry when the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care  recommended against breast self-examination
as part of its 2011 guideline on breast cancer screening.
KEY WORDS: Breast cancer, Breast self-examination
, Women, Risk factors, Turkey.
It also aims to publicly endorse breast self-examination
to catch early signs of cancer, which is the leading cause of death in women aged more than 30 in Bahrain.
A recommendation for future studies is conducting research via using qualitative methodology about cultural issue and BSE practice and why women those have knowledge on breast self-examination
and breast cancer don't do BSE practice.
The event is dedicated to the protection of patient's rights and seeks to create a movement against breast cancer in Kyrgyzstan;October 21st 2010: Awareness-raising activities among family doctors in Issyk-Kul and Naryn oblasts, In Bishkek and Tokmok - Health promotion centres will hold seminars and will distribute pamphlets about breast self-examination
among local women;October 22nd 2010: Awareness-raising conference at the Kyrgyz State Medical Institute for Continuing Education for medical professionals -- students of training courses from all over the country.
However, despite these stark statistics, regular breast self-examination
by UK women is not widespread, and Nicola Smith, a PhD student at Teesside University is undertaking a research project which explores this issue.
Additionally, the data suggested that clinical breast examination (CBE) and breast self-examination
should continue to play a role in detecting breast cancer.
Eugene oncologist John Caton said he's not surprised by the task force's recommendation about curtailing routine mammograms for women in their 40s, nor - in the context of the report - by another of its recommendations "against clinicians teaching women how to perform breast self-examination