October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I’m partnering with Bright Pink, a national non-profit organization uniquely focused on prevention and early detection to help women learn their risk for breast and ovarian cancer.
I’ve shared a little bit on here about how I’ve been personally touched by cancer. My mother passed away from cancer when I was thirteen. Sadly, we also lost my sister-in-law to breast cancer just a couple of years ago. She was far too young and left behind two daughters who were just entering their teen and pre-teen years. Losing her brought up so many emotions from losing my own mother. It also made me want to use my platform to bring more awareness to this cause and help shed light on the importance of early detection.
Find out Your Risk for Breast and Ovarian Cancer with Bright Pink
Bright Pink educates women about the importance of knowing their risk for breast and ovarian cancer by providing information and tools to take risk-reducing action. Their Assess Your Risk program has helped more than one million women know and manage their breast and ovarian cancer risk since launching in 2013.
How does it work?
Assess Your Risk is simple to use and it only takes 5 minutes. Visit www.assessyourrisk.org and take the free digital quiz. The tool provides an enhanced user experience and can even give you personalized risk management recommendations.
Early detection and prevention starts with understanding your risk. It’s five minutes that could save your life. I can’t think of anything more important than that. Take the Assess Your Risk quiz today and take charge of your breast and ovarian health.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Bright Pink. The opinions and text are all mine.