The Breast Chek kit is a wonderful new and unique product which has just arrived in the UK.

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in women today and is the most common cancer among women. More than 1.2 million people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year worldwide and over 400,000 will die of the disease this year alone. The chance of developing invasive breast cancer during a woman's lifetime is approximately 1 in 8 (about 13%). Though much less common, breast cancer also occurs in men with an estimated 1,720 cases diagnosed in 2005.

The Plexus Pink Breast Chek Kit does exactly what it says! It is a special device designed to help in your regular self-examination literally magnifying any lumps, however small, so that they can be detected more easily.

 

It is safe and extremely easy to use.

 

Of course, the main issue for all of us is that we don’t want to find any lumps! So, instead of checking as we know we should, we avoid it altogether.

 

The Breast Chek kit helps you develop a regular routine – a monthly check is recommended by medical professionals – and know that you are being as efficient as you can be during that check.

 

Take control of your own health, right now, and purchase your kit for just £25 POST FREE. Click the Buy Now button below. You will then be taken to the PayPal website where you can make a safe and secure online purchase with your credit card.

 

If you don't have a PayPal account, this doesn't matter. Just follow the 'Don't have a PayPal account?' link on the page you arrive at. If you do have a PayPal account, just log in as normal.

For more information on the kit, and for a demonstration of the product and information, or to find out how to become a distributor, click this link:

 

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Julie Woodcock

0113 380 1758

Praise for Plexus Pink in the USA from The Whitehouse:

"Thank you also for sending a sample of the breast cancer detection aid.

"I am grateful for your efforts to educate women about the importance of breast cancer and to encourage them to take charge of their health."

With best wishes,
Laura Bush