In honor of Pink October, also known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, NUR Interactive organized a breast cancer awareness lecture on Thursday, October 6, in collaboration with King Hussein Cancer Center to raise awareness among women about the value of early cancer detection and treatment. The center’s experts spoke at the lecture, which contained a wealth of information that we would like to share with you in this news piece.
The lecture covered the most significant signs of breast cancer that should be considered, whether they are visible or not. These signs include redness or a change in the color of the skin on the breast, secretions from the bloody nipple and lack of milk from the mother, peeling of the skin and breast, and many others that should be considered and should be discussed with a doctor as soon as possible time. Studies have shown that breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in 2020, as approximately one woman out of every 12 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.
The King Hussein Cancer Center is one of the leading institutions established in 2001 dedicated to saving the lives of cancer patients by providing the best comprehensive care with the highest standards, in addition to mobilizing efforts to fight against cancer in Jordan and the surrounding area.
Despite all of this, there is still a great chance that breast cancer will be treatable. One of the survivors spoke about her stage III diagnosis and how, due to her adherence to the treatment plan, she completely healed from breast cancer.