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Posted by manoj87online | Mon Jan 19th 2009 7:21 p.m.

Losing my mom to breast cancer should have made me more diligent about getting screened. Instead, it made me avoid it. I wasn't alone. One in five women does not want to know if she has the disease, a survey shows.

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  • James Ma | Sat Feb 21st 2009 9:37 a.m.
    I realized women have more illness than men. So it is wise to live a healthy lifestyle with regular exercise and healthy foods. Try to keep a slim figure, obese people are prone to have more diseases than skinny people.

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  • grog40a | Fri Apr 3rd 2009 11:28 p.m.
    Early detection of any illness is the only chance to arresting it, especially cancer!

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  • Shelly Albright | Sun Apr 5th 2009 12:57 p.m.
    Thanks for the post!

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  • Svetlana12 | Sun Apr 5th 2009 10:08 p.m.
    As a 30 something woman, I defintely relate to not wanting to know...but I check myself often as life is to precious...most of the time, it is treatable if detected early enough so regular, frequent exams is a must

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  • Steve Francis | Wed Apr 8th 2009 4:26 p.m.
    I lost my mother and one of my sisters to breast cancer. I know it has to be tough to cope with, and tough to make sure you are screened, but NOW, all my other sisters do it routinely. Being scared and having it hit you in the face, may be all the motivation they needed. Hope this a learning lestion to others as well.
    I also know, not everyone has the resources or insurance to followup on this, but when you can, please do.

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  • Cathy | Sat Apr 11th 2009 11:11 a.m.
    Breast cancer is a serious thing and we should try to get screened in the recommended intervals.

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