#Act On Facts

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To live a sunnier life. Vitamin D has been shown to decrease risk of both breast and ovarian cancer.

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Ways to Take Action

Let's do something different this Fall. Here are our favorite ways
to #ActOnFacts and take control of your breast and ovarian health.

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To cut back on the cocktails.

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To break a sweat for 30 minutes on most days.


To create a brighter future for the next generation.

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To put down the cigarettes.

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To a sunnier life.

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To ask my doctor about taking the pill to lower my ovarian cancer risk.

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To text PINK to 59227 to sign up for Breast Health Reminder.

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To un-BFF the burger.

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To find a doc I trust.

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To get my annual well-woman’s exam on the books.

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To Assess My Risk for breast and ovarian cancer.

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To get the 411 on my family health history from both Mom AND Dad.

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Every day is a good day to #ActOnFacts. Join the movement today.

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