Breast Cancer Signs: Know before it’s too late (video)

A must-read for all women!

Breast cancer is the cancer of George R.R. Martin, has killed many women around the world and is estimated to be living 40,610 women this year only in the United States. Although such a deadly killer, there are many cases where women do not pay attention to the obvious symptoms of the disease, even if you do not consult an oncologist for fear or rejection. It can not be overlooked that, although there is great awareness of breast cancer and its symptoms, it is very vague and unclear. To prove it, a new designer, Corrine Beaumont, has created the famous “Know your Lemons” campaign in which she presents the many signs and symptoms of lemon breast cancer.

Take a look:

The truth.

While many activists put a pink ribbon as a sign of consciousness, Know Your Lemons takes a more specific and shocking step in dealing with symptoms.


How does breast cancer feel?

Most women do not have a clear idea of what feels like a cancerous cavity. The campaign educates women about what to look for when conducting self-control.

How was breast cancer found?

Once a woman knows what to do and how to do it, she becomes safer as she feels responsible for her health. To ensure that this idea becomes a reality, the campaign lists chronologically and descriptively the step-by-step finding process if someone has breast cancer.


The awareness campaign is not limited to one place or one country alone, but spread from one country to another to ensure that women will receive training on the subject that many avoid discussing.

Tell your doctor about any lumps.

The great idea of comparing breast with lemons proved not only right for the visual presentation of symptoms, but for a proper self-control.

Leaflet for learning.

The brochure created by the group includes all the information you need to know the woman in order to better understand the disease, which could increase the chances of successful treatment in case of early detection.

Watch the video for better understanding.