Managing breast health is important no matter your age. An interactive website from Floyd offers women (and men) the opportunity to learn more about taking control of their breast health, from their 20s to their 60s and beyond.
The website, https://sayknow.floyd.org
, allows a user to choose three breast health top-ics that are important to them or that they have questions about. Users will then get de-tailed information about those choices based on their age range. Topics include preven-tive care, breast pain, mammograms, clinical breast exams and genetic testing.
“We use the phrase ‘Say Know to Breast Cancer.’ For me that really defines how the absence of knowledge can impact a woman’s ability to not only understand her breast health but be in control of her breast health,” said Aimee Griffin, Director of The Breast Center at Floyd and Director of Imaging Services for Floyd. “When you understand what is normal and what’s not normal, it really puts you in a position to take control of your health.”