Author: Keep A Breast

This Is How Breast Cancer Helped Me Find My Voice Again

Deborah “Zuke” Smith went for recommended mammogram at the age of 40, but the positive results were not the positive outcome she was looking for. When she thought of the word cancer all she saw was a death sentence, but she decided that she was ready to live and share her art with the world.

Can Health Apps Really Change Our Breast Health Behavior?

There are so many apps out there that want to help improve health, but can a mobile app really change your routine? Grad student Emery Rogers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill did a study on just that and used our Check Yourself! App as the subject to find out.

Keep A Breast October Pretty Pink Picks 2014

After you #CHECKYOURSELFIE, check out these awesome products on our latest gift guide full of October pink picks! We’re so thankful that these amazing brands have taken the time to help us raise funds and educate young people on breast cancer prevention.

Keep A Breast October Punk Pink Picks 2014

After you #CHECKYOURSELFIE, check out these awesome products on our latest gift guide full of October punk picks! Thanks to all these awesome brands for partnering with us and bringing awareness for breast cancer prevention education.