Check your breasts


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Self check guide for your pocket

Early detection can be crucial

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Our free app will guide you. Stay healthy. Check it out!

Check your breasts

Save your live

Early detection saves lives

The earlier breast cancer is treated, the greater the chance of long-term survival. Regular self-checks can help you detect problems earlier and get treatment faster.

Self-check your breasts regularly

Self-check your breasts regularly

Take responsibility for your personal health and check your breasts regularly. It's free, easy, and could save your life.

Our app will guide you

Our app will guide you

To make self-checks easy, we developed the free DearMamma app. It guides you through the process and allows you to set up regular reminders.

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Edith Hunkeler

I myself am responsible for my body and I need to take care of it. If I keep checking my own breasts, I will know them and be able to tell when there are changes. And I believe that this is very important.

Edith Hunkeler

Former Paralympic Athlete and Olympic Medal Winner

About DearMamma

DearMamma is a global breast cancer awareness campaign. We want to make sure that no woman is left behind in the fight against this disease.

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Dr. David Nabarro about DearMamma

I believe that this innovation has extraordinary potential for women everywhere.

Dr. David Nabarro

WHO and UN-Advisor


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