Saturday, November 26, 2011

It's boobie time! With Avril and Marya.

Avril Nyambura
Our local stars Avril and Marya are creating awareness for breast cancer. Lets face it, we've all heard the cancer awareness messages, but have you ever had the opportunity to have your breasts examined by me? 

Marya
Because there is no cure at this time, awareness is the primary way to decrease the number of people who die from breast cancer, so I feel I should also do my part. Many breasts are already being examined by me, but I feel I can't cover the whole of Kenya, so I am now offering an alternative to the infamous breast examinations by yours truly. So if you have been on my waiting list for way too long, here's my advice: just do self-exams!

Monthly breast self-exams are a good option for all women who aren't being examined by me. Women who regularly examine their breasts become more aware of how their breasts normally feel. They are more likely to notice changes that could be early signs of cancer. It's best to check about a week after your period, when breasts are not swollen or tender. If you see or feel a change in your breasts, see your doctor immediately.

See for yourself how simple it is and hey, boobs could really use your support, so please show you care. 


And now that you have had your breasts checked, here's a definite club banger from two of Kenya's hottest female artists...get ready for 'Chokoza'...enjoy!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why didn't the doctor use gloves to examine their breasts?!:O!

Nana Fredua-Agyeman said...

This is a serious issue that must be dealt with.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the nice cleavage! This is an important issue indeed, but we shouldn't forget that other cancers are also on the rise.

africlubguy said...

"many breasts are already being examined by me". really? how? hysically/tactile-wise or visually? inquiring minds want to know...

Rafiki said...

@ africlubguy: Visually and physically. Thank you for your concern.