When Amy Robach, the anchor of "Good Morning America" was asked to have her first ever mammogram live on air during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it made her very uncomfortable. She turned to Robin Roberts, her colleague and former breast cancer survivor for advice. Robin empathized with her and encouraged Amy as by shedding her inhibitions, this would encourage millions of women to have their first or regular mammography tests thus saving many lives . After going live with her mammogram, Amy revealed to her audience weeks later that she was detected with breast cancer and that the screening she had done saved her life. She went through double mastectomy, eight rounds of chemotherapy and ultimately became cancer free.
@yogaofeating encourages all our followers to spread the awareness of Breast cancer and encourages all women to have their first or regular mammogram tests.