#NoBraDay: Ghanaian Women Join Trend To Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Survivor. Photo credit: feminine_phenom/Instagram

Started in Toronto, Canada by plastic surgeon Dr Mitchell Brown to drive breast cancer awareness and encourage survivors to seek reconstructive surgery, No Bra Day has become a worldwide breast cancer campaign.

Celebrated each year on October 13 since 2013, the No Bra Day has become one of the key events in October, which is a month set aside by various countries, including Ghana to raise awareness about breast cancer.

Though No Bra Day serves to encourage women for cancer awareness, others have criticised it for being too sexualised.

Nonetheless, Ghanaian women have joined the trend this year as well, to contribute to the awareness of breast cancer.

Here are a few we are highlighting and celebrating for championing a cause that would save a lot of lives.


No, you won’t.

You got this.

Lovely day.


Listen to her.


It’s healthy indeed.

No Bra Day

Free them!

Please remember to go for screening. Click here for a list of free breast cancer screening centres

Source: Kuulpeeps.com

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