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*10% of the purchase price of every TicPods 2 & 2 Pro Blossom will support the Dr. Susan Love Foundation. Dates of promotion: October 27, 2020 through December 31, 2020.
October is breast cancer awareness month and we couldn’t be more proud to partner with the Dr. Susan Love Foundation to support breast cancer research.
For the rest of 2020, from every TicPods 2 & 2 Pro Blossom sold from our official website, 10% of the proceeds will go to the Dr. Susan Love Foundation.
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Question 1 / 5
Early detection of breast cancer is the key to successful treatment.
More than 2.9 million U.S. women with a history of the disease are alive today, mainly because of early detection. The five-year survival rate is close to 100 percent if the cancer is detected before it spreads.
Question 3 / 5
Smoking may increase your risk for breast cancer.
The ACS says although no direct link between smoking and breast cancer has been discovered, some studies suggest it might increase breast cancer risk. This is particularly true for women who start smoking as teens.
Question 4 / 5
Men can get breast cancer.
More than 2,500 men are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Men should not ignore breast lumps and should get any breast changes checked. Still, breast cancer is about 100 times more common in women than men, with more than 260,000 women diagnosed each year.
Question 5 / 5
There’s nothing you can do to lower your breast cancer risk.
While you can't change certain risk factors - like getting older or having a family history of breast cancer - you can do a lot to help reduce your breast cancer risk. Exercise more and eat healthier, especially if you’re overweight or obese. Get to and stay at a healthy weight. And limit or eliminate alcohol. Being responsible for your health can go a long way.