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McGrath Foundation launches app to encourage breast awareness


curvelurve3The McGrath Foundation has launched an app designed to encourage breast awareness in young women and teach then how to examine their breasts.

The Curve Lurve app was created by Futureantics and forms part of the McGrath Foundation’s education program.

The Foundation was formed to realise Jane McGrath’s vision of encouraging early detection of breast cancer which dramatically increases the chances of survival.

Jane, wife of Australian Test cricketer Glenn McGrath, was diagnosed with breast cancer at only 31 and drove the campaign to get woman under the age of 40 to regularly check their breasts for changes.

The Curve Lurve app helps guide women through a breast examination

Within the free app are detailed instructions on how to conduct a self examination and take notes.

Users can view their examination history and even set reminders to check themselves on a regular basis.

Curve Lurve lets you track your history and set reminders for future examinations

Also included with the Curve Lurve app is a newsroom that provides information and videos to keep users up to date.

The Curve Lurve app for the McGrath Foundation is available now and is free from the App Store for iPhone and iPad as well as from the Google Play Store for Android devices.

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