Breast Cancer Awareness Art
My Breast Cancer Awareness Art Showcase
The symptoms of breast cancer can come in many different shapes and sizes (meaning all different ways) and sometimes there are no symptoms at all, this is why it is so important to do a monthly breast self-exam and have a annual mammogram in you're over forty years old, more often if you are in a high risk category. You also need to see your doctor immediately if you find a lump or have skin changes but do not panic, sometimes these symptoms turn out to be non-cancerous things like a infection or a common cyst. The one thing to keep in mind when dealing with breast cancer is the earlier you catch it, the better your chances are to beat it.
There is no better way to bring awareness and remind people to do self-exams then seeing pink ribbons everywhere. Even if you don't currently know anyone going through treatment (be thankful) you can still get involved and support breast cancer awareness by wearing or using a product for all to see.
I hope you like my original art designs shown below and available on the Zazzle website.
Breast Cancer Art
This particular breast cancer awareness art piece is the one I am most proud of, it literally took me hours and hours to create. I am partial to making collages and this typography/collage art piece just came alive, I hope you like it too. This is also available on many other types of products in my Zazzle store too. (available by clicking through the link on this one)
All Of My Original Art Pieces
located on this page
(along with many others)
on the Zazzle site,
by clicking on any item
that interests you.
I Fight Breast Cancer For My ....
Did you know that over 39,000 women were projected to die during 2010 from breast cancer? That figure is actually down from the prior years due to more awareness, early detection and advances in breast cancer treatments.
Save The Boobies Humor Design
(The men's favorite design!)
My thought behind this design was to have something "cool" for men to have, if you give a man something he can smile about he is more likey to use it. This art design has also been a big hit for my teenage son and his friends, I guess they still like the word "boobies" and the more support from any age group the better.
Humorous Breast Cancer Art Design
Whether you are a breast cancer survivor or a patient fighting the hard fight, it is always good to have a smile on your face. This design is meant to make you and others have a good laugh, and more importantly to grab people's attention for more awareness to a serious issue.
Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment and Encouragment Steps
The most significant risk factors for breast cancer is being a woman and growing older.
However, a woman's risk of breast cancer approximately doubles if she has a first-degree relative (such as a mother, sister, daughter) who has already been diagnosed with breast cancer. This is why your family history is such a important question to be asked by a physician.
Breast Cancer Fact
Did You Know: In 2010, there were more than 2.5 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S.?
Breast Cancer Awareness Postage
Besides skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in the United States. More than 1 in 4 cancers in women are breast cancer and death rates are higher than those for any other cancer, besides lung cancer.