October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (you may have noticed our pink cover this week), and Lifetime wants to make sure its viewers are properly educated on the cause. As part of the network's long-standing initiative, "My Lifetime Commitment," Lifetime is providing a plethora of information on breast cancer awareness, including questions to ask during a breast exam; shared stories from breast cancer survivors and activists like Jennifer Aniston and Demi Moore; and detailed information on the network's Stop Breast Cancer for Life effort. It's not just for women either; the site also gives men information on how to support a woman who is diagnosed with breast cancer.
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