It’s breast cancer awareness month ladies! How much do you know?
Did you know that “1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime? Although, you can’t prevent cancer, it is important to be proactive about your health” – NBCF.
Early detection of breast cancer in women can lead to early treatment and effective management. This is what saved Ngozi Ejedimu, a stage 3 breast cancer survivor. She has gone through the painstaking survivor’s journey and is ready to share her story with fellow Motherland Moguls.
Knowledge is power ladies! We need to constantly get information from the right source and always get a second opinion. Let’s stay safe, hold each other close and always remember to check up on a sister.
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Ngozi Ejedimu shares her experience as a stage 3 breast cancer survivor and how she’s using @whatcancernaija to help women! Join us on October 31st at 12PM WAT! Click here for more: bit.ly/ngoziejedimu Click To Tweet
Some of the topics we’ll cover
- Healthy habits that help prevent breast cancer
- Ways in which friends and family can be supportive of survivors.
- Actions young ladies can take to increase awareness
- How often ladies should undergo breast examinations
- Resources for information, check-ups, etc.
Register below to access this opportunity and submit questions that you would like Ngozi to answer.
Date: Thursday, October 31st, 2019
Time: 12PM Lagos // 1PM Joburg// 2PM Nairobi
Location: Register below to get access to this opportunity
Diagnosed in 2016 with stage 3 breast cancer, Ngozi created a platform focused on life after breast cancer and survivorship for women called The Judah Foundation for breast cancer.
She is a lawyer and founder of an organic sugarcane juice company that started in 2018. She is using her journey to get women to be breast aware and proactive about their health, as procrastination seems to be a silent killer in Nigeria.
Ngozi uses @whatcancernaija to help women make informed decisions, by providing well researched medical information and real-life stories of other women.