What You Need To Know…
Early Signs of Breast Cancer
According to the American Cancer Society, identifying early signs of breast cancer greatly improves your treatment options, your chance for successful treatment, and your survival, if breast cancer is present. Because of this, it is critically important to identify women who may be at a higher risk than others so that all appropriate monitoring and management options programs can be implemented.
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If your personal breast health management program includes annual OB-GYN check-ups, monthly breast self-examinations, and yearly mammograms, congratulations! You are vigilant about detecting early signs of breast cancer.
Now you can be even more vigilant, thanks to a new FDA-approved, scientific breakthrough test…
Introducing HALO Breast Pap Test
An early warning test that detects early signs of breast cancer
long before a lump might form.
Over the past 50 years, the cervical Pap test has become a routine part of your annual exam. By identifying abnormal cell activity that could eventually become cancerous, the cervical Pap test has played an important role in helping to decrease deaths from cervical cancer by over 80%. Unfortunately, deaths from breast cancer have remained at a disturbingly high level.
Find out if you are high-risk for breast cancer precious years before early signs of breast cancer appear.
The HALO Breast Pap Test’s early warning system identifies women who are at higher risk by finding precancerous changes. Multiple clinical studies support that women with these precancerous changes are much more likely to develop breast cancer later in life. Over twenty-thousand women participated in these studies and were followed for up to 25 years. The studies’ statistics were astonishing and revealed women had a 400-500% higher risk of developing breast cancer if abnormal cells were detected. With an advance warning tool like this, you and your doctor can design a personalized treatment plan that will keep you vigilant and safer.
The World’s First Automated Pap Test for your Breasts
Developed by Neomatrix, the HALO Breast Pap Test has earned FDA approval. It is a simple, procedure a doctor or nurse can perform in just five minutes as part of your regular checkup. It is noninvasive and inexpensive. Like the cervical Pap test, the HALO Breast Pap Test gives you and your doctor more precious time to take preventive measures that can reduce your risk of developing breast cancer.
Show this important information to your doctor…
Click here to download this brochure for your doctor.
Download this brochure and show it to your doctor, because she may not know about our revolutionary HALO Breast Pap Test. Let her know that you want HALO to become a routine part of your annual physical. Frightening statistics about breast cancer aren’t written in stone; you have the power to change them.
Early Breast Cancer Detection Plan
Beginning at age 20: Perform monthly breast self-examinations
Ages 20-39: Have a clinical breast exam every three years
Ages 40 & older: Have a clinical breast exam every year.
By the age of 40: Have a baseline mammogram
Ages 40-49: Have a mammogram every one to two years, depending on previous findings.
Ages 50 and older: Have a mammogram every year.
A personal calendar: Record your self-exams, mammograms, and doctor appointments.
Healthy lifestyle habits: Follow a low-fat diet; exercise regularly; and don’t smoke or drink.
Neomatrix hopes that this information about the Early Signs of Breast Cancer
and the HALO Breast Pap Test has given you helpful information.
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