We may sometimes think that cancer is for others or that we are too young to have it. However, breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women during their lifetime[2], and it can strike before the age of 50 :

It is in fact the most diagnosed cancer in women aged 30 to 49[1].  It also represents 17% of cancer deaths among women in this age group.

A cancer detected early[3] has a better chance of remission: practicing breast observation can therefore save lives. Learn now to recognize the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.


Learn the right steps to adopt frequently, and become the expert of your breasts :

Karine Desrosiers

Karine Desrosiers

I had no history of breast cancer in my family and yet… 31 years old, breast cancer! A sledgehammer to the face.


To make a long story short, I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 25. Specifically, invasive ductal carcinoma, stage III, a triple negative.

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  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. « Breast Cancer In Young Women » September 2021.
  2. Government of Canada. Statistiques canadiennes sur le cancer 2021.
  3. The Canadian Breast Cancer Network. « On est jamais trop jeune » 2018.
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