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LLP 253: Breast Cancer Awareness with Dr. Berry

Let's talk about breast cancer awareness…

Why is it important that we talk about diseases like breast cancer for a month-long, especially in today’s time?

According to data, in the year 2022, around 287,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, 51,000 with non-invasive breast cancer, with 43,000 of these women dying from this disease.

This is a disease that affects a lot of people and families and thinks about it. What if your mom, your grandmother, your sister, your wife, or your friend is part of this list?

Breast cancer is no joke; it’s something we need to worry about. The clock is ticking. Join Dr. Berry today as he educates us on breast cancer and its risks.

In this episode, Dr. Berry discusses why talking about breast cancer is important as he gets on the facts and encourages people to take action and be aware.

Why you need to check out this episode:

  • Recognize the importance of talking about diseases like cancer for a month-long, especially breast cancer this October;
  • Understand why knowing your family history is key to survival when dealing with or preventing cancer; and
  • Find out why it should be everyone’s job to bring awareness and save people’s lives from such diseases

“It’s my job; it’s your job. It’s everyone’s job to make sure that the awareness, that the foot is on the gas, to make sure we don’t sleep at the wheel when it comes to breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate, any cancer, but especially when it gets a whole month to talk about.” -Dr. Berry Pierre

Notable Quotes:

“This is why I talk about those who are overwhelmed by the healthcare system, and unappreciated – because people’s lives are at stake if you don’t have a voice of reason… If people’s lives are at stake, then this is a life-or-death situation.” – Dr. Berry Pierre

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