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Knowing your normal never felt so easy

Mami helps you become familiar with how your normal breast looks and feels, and helps you connect with care if you notice any unusual change.

7 in 10 breast cancer patients in

low-income countries are diagnosed at advanced stage

Most cases of breast cancer could have been treated successfully if people showed up early and were detected early.

However, most patients in these settings don’t show up on time because they don’t notice when there’s a problem.

How can you know that there’s a problem when you don’t know what your normal looks like?

Mami® is your FREE guide to knowing your normal.

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Frequently asked questions

By doing a breast self-exam helps you become familiar with what your breasts look and feel like so that if there’s an unusual change you can notice it and promptly contact with a doctor. Noticing a change does not mean that you have breast cancer. Changes can be due to several factors.


Note that it is important to be examined by a doctor who will carry out an examination and further tests if needed, as early detection saves lives.

It is recommended that you see your doctor for an annual clinical breast exam. Early detection of breast cancer saves lives

Mami helps you identify breast cancer symptoms through a video demonstration and images of breast cancer symptoms gives you the option to connect to a navigator if you notice a change in your breast.

Watch the video guide on how to check your breast. There is no right or wrong way to check. The most important thing is to become familiar with how your breasts normally look and feel so that if you notice an unusual change, you can promptly connect with a healthcare professional.

If you notice an unusual change in your breast, we strongly recommend that you see your doctor to get it checked. If you would like help with accessing information on where to go, complete this form and we will help you connect with a navigator (if available in your state of residence).

A navigator is a trained nurse or community health worker who helps a patient navigate health care services and get the information they need to make decisions about their health care.

A navigator is a trained nurse or community health worker who helps a patient navigate health care services and get the information they need to make decisions about their health care.

To connect with a patient navigator, complete this form and we will help you connect with one (if available in your state of residence).

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