(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). The leaders of Corin, the Polish bra producer, recently demonstrated their special commitment to breast care with the establishment of The Healthy Bust Foundation in September, 2018.
Barbara and Mariusz Hanczka, who have operated Corin for over 20 years, emphasized the organization’s “goal is education and activities to build women’s awareness about breast cancer prevention,” adding that “many women are not aware of how to care for breast health.”
One recent foundation project, “carried out with the Lodz University of Technology and the Polish Mother’s Health Center,” investigated the “impact bra can have on breast health.” This effort “resulted in the creation of the “Perfect Bra.”
In addition, according to Corin, “The Healthy Bust Foundation teaches women: why, when and how it is worth spending five minutes” to do a breast self exam. “Break taboos and aversion to breast self-control, promote positive thinking and a new quality of healthy life conscious perception of the bust. Women should know that their health should be taken care of and that is education, awareness and prevention. It is never too early or too late, it’s always a good time. This must be constantly remembered at every stage of life.”
“Professor Marek Zadrożny, head of the department of oncological surgery and breast diseases in Łódź, uses his extensive experience and knowledge to direct the preventive actions carried out by the Foundation. Our joint and integrated activities are designed to teach women that breast screening confirms their health.”
The Foundation has also promoted healthy lifestyle events. For example, in Poland, “as part of the Pabianice Health Days organized on June 2, 2019 by the Pabianice City Hall and the Healthy Bust Foundation, the first Pabianice Charity Run, the “Corin Onko-Run” and the “Healthy Family Picnic” took place.
A variety of health services and exams were provided, including more than 50 free breast USG examinations, over 100 breast palpation tests and over 70 spirometry tests. During the run, women appeared in pink T-shirts (symbolizing the fight against breast cancer), and men in wore blue T-shirts (symbolizing the fight against prostate cancer). A similar event is scheduled for some time this year.
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