Feel Your Boobies Foundation is an American not-for-profit dedicated to getting more women to check their own breasts for signs of cancer. If their name sound familiar, it’s because we’ve featured them before.
Based in Pennsylvania, FYB was founded in 2004 by Leigh Hurst, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 33 after she found a lump in an informal self-exam. Ever since, she has been doing everything she can to get more women familiar with the feel of their own breasts for easier self-detection of early tumours.
I have pushed you folks on my facebook an car is covered with magnets lolo///my cancer is in liver and i am getting copd and lung trouble now and recently off life support so i try my best to get the ladies to please check . I know my cancer is different but dieing is;nt and i tell them ::Feel YOU Bobbies ,,yes its a giggle cause we are tired of crying ...its made a difference here in Miami county in Troy ohio They say they are swamped at the hospital with me getting woman involved to get a mamogram—-
I have been so blessed making it thru open heart and chemo and now the lifesupport /COPD I just pray to remain in remission but the breathing is worse
Just want you to know i get high fives everywhere i go ans still run piture of your site on my face book and talk about it in blogs—-YOU HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE—Just want you to know
God Bless each and everyone on you MARYLOU SAKOSKY
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week in several countries, so it seemed like the right time to share this series of illustrations by Toby Allen, titled “Real Monsters”: Although it could be misconstrued as literally demonizing people with mental illness, the externalization of the various disorders as evil creatures who prey…
In early October 2013 a boat filled with African migrants sank off of the Italian island of Lampedusa, killing at least 111 people, and more than 200 are still missing. Friday the 4th of October 2013, was declared a day of mourning in Italy. The event has brought much introspection…
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