It’s very hard to get women to regularly check their breasts to help prevent breast cancer. However, they do check their phones an average of 110 times a day. Therefore, we decided to spread our message in a format that would grant us visibility on these devices using social platforms to achieve it. The campaign is based on a series of tutorial videos that each begin with a woman about to perform a breast self-exam. By the moment she takes of her shirt a man steps into frame and she “borrows” his breasts to avoid censorship and demonstrate this early detection technique clearly step by step.
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