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Breast Cancer – Early Detection Is Key

Olivia Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992. She underwent a partial mastectomy and breast reconstruction, and has been cancer-free for almost 25 years.

Olivia wants to share her experience, and talk with women about breast health and how important it is to regularly perform all steps to early detection. As Olivia says, "most women spend so much time nurturing and taking care of others that they put themselves last. And if you put your breast health last, you run the risk of losing your best defense: early detection. I know this all too well from my own experience. It was early detection, actually regular breast self-examination, that saved my life."

A message from Olivia Newton-John

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