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PHI’s ARG Launches Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign: #DrinkLessForYourBreasts

Created by PHI’s Alcohol Research Group, the #DrinkLessForYourBreasts initiative provides tools and resources so women can make more informed choices about their drinking and breast health.

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An estimated 12% to 16% increase in breast cancer risk is attributed to alcohol consumption, yet 75% of women are unaware of the negative impact that drinking has on their breast health.

Created by PHI’s Alcohol Research Group (ARG), the #DrinkLessForYourBreasts initiative—the first of its kind in the U.S.—seeks to bridge this gap through a social media campaign aimed at young women in California.

The campaign provides tools and resources so women can make more informed choices about their drinking and breast health.

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Learn more about #DrinkLessForYourBreasts on Instagram and Facebook

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Originally published by Drink Less for your Breasts


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