Meet the brains behind Breast Health Foundation
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and it is about educating people about the disease.
The early detection of breast cancer is one of the most important undertakings to successfully treat the disease.
Head of the Helen Joseph and Netcare Breast Care Centre Professor Carol Benn has established the Breast Health Foundation to improve women's health care.
The foundation has uplifted women in society and opened channels for public awareness of breast health.
I can't do everything, it is all about strength and teams. I am really good at ideas.Professor Carol Benn, Head of the Helen Joseph and Netcare Breast Care Centre
I love training and mentoring and then you let people out there with the ideas.Professor Carol Benn, Head of the Helen Joseph and Netcare Breast Care Centre
I always think your strength is what you create for other people.Professor Carol Benn, Head of the Helen Joseph and Netcare Breast Care Centre
Benn says for her it is always about the people.
We have to be real with people and always have two-way communication and work out better ideas to treat people.Professor Carol Benn, Head of the Helen Joseph and Netcare Breast Care Centre
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