The Pink Luminous Advocacy Project Launches first Multilingual Breast Awareness Application

The Pink Luminous Advocacy Project Launches first Multilingual Breast Awareness Application


MIAMI, May 14, 2019 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The Pink Luminous Advocacy Project, a nonprofit organization supporting breast health in underprivileged communities, has announced the launch of its latest innovation in breast health awareness – the Breast Awareness app.  

Dr. Julio Hernandez, Marylin Dans, Lin Yang, Jennifer Dylewski , Dr. Moises Irizarry at Breast Awareness App Launch Party in Miami, FL.

Early diagnosis of breast cancer, when the tumor is small and  has not metastasized, is extremely important in successfully treating patients. As the first multilingual, unisex breast self-examination application, the Breast Awareness app increases accessibility to the life-altering power of early detection worldwide. Performing regular breast self-examinations, like the ones presented on the app, is the most reliable way to find breast cancer early.

“We’re thrilled to introduce the new Breast Awareness app as part of our diverse line of at-home breast health products,” said Marilyn Dans, CEO of Pink Luminous Advocacy Project. “Our hope for the Breast Awareness app is to make regular breast cancer examinations simple and convenient enough for men and women everywhere to perform them regularly and increase the early detection rate.”

The Breast Awareness app supports the likelihood of early detection by educating and enabling users to gain familiarity with their bodies. It empowers individuals with the tools needed to achieve routine breast health examinations in the comfort of their home and teaches them how to detect possible abnormalities that require immediate action.

For advocates interested in supporting the Pink Luminous Advocacy Project, the app also allows users to create a philanthropic channel and raise funds for the nonprofit. Funds donated support the expansion of donated Pink Luminous Breast devices, sonogram machines, dome health facilities, and more.

“The Pink Luminous Advocacy Project ensures men and women of all walks of life have access to advanced technology as a detection tool,” said Erick Cuesta, Pink Luminous Advocacy Project advocate and CNN and Univision journalist.

The Breast Awareness app will be available in all languages available on IOS or Android devices and can be downloaded beginning May 2.

About Pink Luminous Advocacy Project 
The Pink Luminous Advocacy Project is a non-profit organization that supports breast cancer awareness in locations where education and medical education is limited. Our vision is to potentially help build a future where breast cancer is no longer the second most common cancer in the world.

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The Pink Luminous Advocacy Project Launches first Multilingual Breast Awareness Application