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Sample Tweets and Graphics for Twitter

Use these sample tweets and images to start the conversation about breast cancer risk on Twitter.

Sample Tweets

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  • What does #BreastCancer Awareness Month mean to you? Share your story using #BringYourBrave’s new app: http://bit.ly/2cXH9lM #BCAM
  • Inspire others during #BreastCancer Awareness Month. Create an image & share your story: http://bit.ly/2cXH9lM #BringYourBrave #BCAM
  • Survivor, previvor, caregiver, or supporter? Share your story with others this October: http://bit.ly/2cXH9lM #BCAM #BringYourBrave

Other Posts

  • #BreastCancer symptoms can vary from person to person. Learn more from #BringYourBrave: http://bit.ly/2cFsmNj
  • Next doctor’s appointment, consider asking these questions about #BreastCancer risk. RT to share. #BringYourBrave
  • #BringYourBrave is a @CDC_Cancer campaign on #BreastCancer in young women. Find out more http://1.usa.gov/1Ie2Qrs
  • What can put you at higher risk for #BreastCancer? Understanding your family #cancer history helps. #BringYourBrave http://1.usa.gov/1Keg7Py
  • Young women at higher #BreastCancer risk may consider genetic counseling & testing. Learn more #BringYourBrave http://1.usa.gov/1Qp45tD
  • Half of women w/ a #BRCA mutation get #BreastCancer by 70. Learn more about BRCA genes. #BringYourBrave http://1.usa.gov/1zKJ7yC
  • Women 18-44 can & do get #BreastCancer. Find out more from @CDC_Cancer’s #BringYourBrave http://1.usa.gov/1GXmvuf
  • Start with these 3 steps to understand your #BreastCancer risk. #BringYourBrave http://1.usa.gov/1DR5uNF

Graphics

@CDC_Cancer on Twitter

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