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Rethink Breast Cancer today announced that Your Man Reminder, an innovative early breast cancer detection App, is available now for free download on the Android Market. Designed by the creative minds at John St., the free App features a choice of cute guys who pop up regularly with an encouraging reminder to get in touch with and know your breasts.
This early breast cancer detection campaign is the latest promotion from Rethink Breast Cancer, a Canadian charity that uses humor and sensitivity to elevate breast health messages to women in their 20s, 30s, and 40s who otherwise might not think they are at risk. Two years ago the group launched the viral sensation Save the Boobs for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and also hosts the annual Boobyball black-tie fundraiser in Toronto.
Now available on both the iTunes App Store and Android Market, women can download the free Your Man Reminder App today and make sure they are staying on top of their breast health by showing their breasts some TLC (Touch. Look. Check.) The App has you choose from one of six hot guys to provide regular reminders that can be shared with friends. With the touch of the screen, customize the App by changing the special calendar settings and appointment reminders. Utilize the ‘Signs and Symptoms’ tab within the App to answer any questions or concerns. FYI: You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Rethink Breast Cancer is a charity helping young people who are concerned about and affected by breast cancer through innovative breast cancer education, research, and support programs. Rethink is a national volunteer-driven registered charity with a bold, enterprising and entrepreneurial approach. We are thinking differently about how to beat breast cancer. For more information on Rethink Breast Cancer, visit www.rethinkbreastcancer.com