How This Woman's 'Boob Picture' May Help Save Lives
Lisa Royle never thought she’d share a “boob picture” on Facebook, but now, her photo may help save others’ lives.
The 42-year-old mother from Manchester, England, posted the picture below last week to let others see the subtle symptom that helped her detect her breast cancer. In the picture, Royle highlights the small dimples that tipped her off.
“Very subtle dimples underneath that could easily be missed when we’re all rushing round getting ready in a morning,” Royle wrote on Facebook on May 11. “Please take time to look at your boobs. It could save you’re [sic] life.”
In just over a week, her photo was shared more than 64,000 times from her Facebook page.
After visiting a doctor, Royle was diagnosed with stage II breast cancer, according to Manchester Evening News. On Monday, she underwent a mastectomy, the outlet reported, and is now in recovery. Next, she’ll receive radiation and chemotherapy.
h/t Yahoo Health
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