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Sample Facebook Posts and Graphics

Use these sample Facebook posts and images to start the conversation about breast cancer risk.

Sample Posts

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  • What does Breast Cancer Awareness Month mean to you? Share your story using #BringYourBrave’s new app: #BCAM
  • Inspire others during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Create an image and share your story to social: #BCAM #BringYourBrave
  • Survivor, previvor, caregiver, or supporter? Share your story with others this October: #BCAM #BringYourBrave

Other Posts

  • Breast cancer symptoms can vary from person to person. Do you know the warning signs? Learn them from #BringYourBrave:
  • #BringYourBrave is a @CDCBreastCancer campaign to educate young women on the risk factors for breast cancer before age 45. Read about seven young women who are sharing their stories to inspire other young women to learn their risk for breast cancer.
  • What may put you at higher risk for hereditary breast cancer? Learning your family history of breast and ovarian cancer can help determine your own cancer risk. Learn more about hereditary breast cancer and @CDCBreastCancer’s #BringYourBrave campaign:
  • All women are at risk for breast cancer, but some factors, like a family history of breast or ovarian cancer before age 50, can raise your risk. Find out from #BringYourBrave why talking to a genetic counselor may be valuable if you are at higher risk.
  • 1 in every 500 women in the U.S. has a BRCA gene mutation. Of these women 50% will develop breast cancer before the age of 70. Learn about BRCA genes and other risk factors for breast, ovarian, or other cancers. #BringYourBrave
  • 1 in 8 US women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. Do you know what factors put you at higher risk for breast cancer before age 45? Learn more from @CDCBreastCancer’s #BringYourBrave.
  • Young Women: Read these 3 steps to understand your breast cancer risk, and then find out more from @CDCBreastCancer’s #BringYourBrave.


CDC Breast Cancer on Facebook