TV report on breast self-exams bares all

TV report on breast self-exams bares all

There are 1 comment on the The Washington Post story from Oct 29, 2009, titled TV report on breast self-exams bares all. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

TV news reports about breast-cancer detection and treatment are common, though usually discreet, with female breasts typically depicted only in X-rays or tastefully draped.

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San Diego, CA

#1 Oct 29, 2009
Please make it stop! There are enough bare breasts on TV! the fact that this is done during sweeps weeks reveals the true motivation of the programmers. There is a multitude of breast exam sites on the internet that people can take advantage off.

Why use a real person? Why not use a plastic dummy?

This is totally dishonoring to women.

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