Research has found that the average percentage of women affected by breast cancer out of all cancer cases globally in both developed and developing nations is 16%, with the rate of affected individuals increasing annually by 10%.
Andrew Johnson, general manager of Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, said it was "amazing" Gill noticed the difference in the image and acted promptly.
Owner of the salon, Jessica Woodrup, said: "Raising awareness of breast cancer is something close to our hearts and unfortunately, some of our client's hearts too, and one in particular, which has made us want to raise awareness".
"In the past thermal imagining cameras have been experimented with to detect cancer however this has never been a proven screening tool". "It's awesome that Bal noticed the difference in the image and, crucially, acted on it promptly". "I know it's not the intention of the camera but for me, it really was a life-changing visit".
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Gill ultimately expressed gratitude toward the museum for the lucky incident that led her to seek early treatment.
Some women are diagnosed with breast cancer after noticing symptoms, but many women with the disease have no symptoms at all. "I can not tell you enough about how my visit to the Camera Obscura changed my life".
In 2019, the nonprofit estimates that 268,600 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in the USA, as well as 62,930 new cases of noninvasive breast cancer.
Walkers walk a mile to earn money for breast cancer awareness.