A Gynecological/Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative where women are encouraged to stay top of their health and take the time to #CheckUpOnIt .
How can you #CheckUpOnIt
Schedule a GYN appointment
Do a self-breast exam
Talk to family and learn about your family’s medical history
Ask a friend if they are aware about the different types of gynecological cancers
5 Types of GYN Cancers
September is the national awareness month for gynecological cancers, and ovarian cancer is usually the most stand out cancer associated with this month an is represented by the Teal Ribbon. Black Women Stand Up continues its Cancer Awareness Initiative focused on GYN & Breast Cancers. Our Love Your Va-Jay-Jay Day Initiative was started this past April on the 10th of the month, where we bring attention to GYN/Breast cancers with a focus on Uterine Cancer, encouraging women to #CheckUpOnIt.
September is right around the six month mark from April so we urge women to continue to be proactive with regards to their health. Remember early detection is the key.
Ladies we encourage you to #CheckUpOnIt and stay healthy!
GYN Cancers Overview below with each representative ribbon color.
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Peace and Love.
The end of April marked the finale of National Cancer Control and Minority Health Month, but our initiative surrounding cancer awareness continues. Check out the BlackWomenStandUp.com’s Cancer Memorial Wall, where we pay homage to women of color who have lost their fight against cancer. These women are no longer with us in the physical but their spirits live on; if you would like to honor a love one who has transitioned on due to one of the gynecological/breast cancers we would love to add their picture to the wall.
For more information on how to add your loved one to the Cancer Memorial Wall email us at BWSU@MidnightManagement.com, to view wall visit: https://blackwomenstandup.com/cancer-memorial-wall/.
Also, you still have time to support our T-shirt Fundraiser Initiative for our ongoing work surrounding Uterine Cancer Awareness…will you help us help others? It takes a village and we need you. Visit our campaign at http://Booster.com/BlackWomenStandUp.
Peace and Love,
The #BWSU Family