Christin Austin is well aware of the fear and concern that women have regarding their breast health. She, herself, received very bad news of a potential breast cancer diagnosis in 2005, shortly after her mother’s diagnosis. Her cousin, Angela, lost her battle with cancer at the age of 33 and her mother succumbed to the disease in 2010. After healing her own breasts, Christine has vowed to help women to do the same. Women need not wait to be ‘broken’ to improve breast health. With these proven strategies, they can start healing their breasts today. Saving Tatas is different because it is based on Christine’s experience and proven strategies that significantly changed her risk assessment. Her breast test results went from “high probability of malignancy” to “no criteria that establish risk for malignant disease.”
The reality is that Breast Cancer Awareness strategies have done little if nothing to decrease the incidence of diagnosis. The mammogram can be a useful tool for detecting a breast tumor, however, the cancer cells may have already entered the lymphatic system, producing a potential death sentence. The aim of Saving Tatas is to arm women with useful information that can prevent and/or reverse unhealthy breast tissue before it becomes cancerous. With wisdom comes power. More women need to be empowered with good, up to date, preventative information and this book, Saving Tatas, provides just that!