“Our mission is to create a global movement of critical education for the early detection of breast cancer.” —Cynthia Jordan, Founder


“Breast cancer is the most commonly occurring cancer in women and the second most common cancer overall. There were over 2 million new cases in 2018.”

Although some risk reduction might be achieved with prevention, such strategies do little to help in low- and middle-income countries where breast cancer is diagnosed in very late stages. Early detection remains the cornerstone of breast cancer control.


Although breast cancer in young adults is rare, more than 250,000 living in the United States today were diagnosed under age 40. In young adults, breast cancer tends to be diagnosed in its later stages. It also tends to be more aggressive. Young adults have a higher mortality rate. As well as a higher risk of metastatic recurrence. (SOURCE:

Nearly 80% of young women diagnosed with breast cancer find their breast abnormality themselves. (SOURCE: Ruddy, K. et al. “Presentation of breast cancer in young women,” Journal of Clinical Oncology 27:15S.)



Survivor Stories.

We feature survivors from countries around the world who share the incredible story of their breast cancer journey and offer words of advice on the early detection of breast cancer for the Learn Look Locate community.

By sharing, survivors connect with other women to help educate and demonstrate how they are thriving.

Survivors are reaching out to Learn Look Locate when diagnosed and shortly after treatment because they want to help other women and share their unique stories to educate on early detection.


Learn Look Locate has created a community where women feel accepted and understood.

Calming and hopeful messages using inspirational quotes are designed to help women stay positive and connect globally.

We also provide offer emotional messages that express and resonate with the raw emotions surrounding all aspects of breast cancer.


Cynthia Jordan, Founder of Learn Look Locate

Learn Look Locate was launched in 2018 after my diagnosis of stage 2b breast cancer. I was 52 years old when diagnosed and had received normal mammograms every year report stating I had dense breasts.  I never knew this was a huge risk factor for breast cancer because dense breasts can mask a tumor.

I realized there was a huge void of information easily accessible for busy women to really understand what a tumor could feel like and all the other early warning signs for breast cancer. I also didn’t want any woman to go through this journey alone, I wanted to create a safe, comforting beautiful place for women to feel a sense of hope and inspiration. A platform where they could connect and meet others going through the same journey.

If I felt the lack of education this way, I suspected other women did too, especially younger women. So, I decided to launch a global movement to help women learn, look and locate.


  • Dense breasts were a risk factor for breast cancer
  • Breast cancer was silent and painless
  • Where breast cancer could be found
  • What a tumor felt like
  • Ashkenazi Jews have a tendency to carry the BRCA gene


  • Overwhelmed
  • Anxious
  • Scared
  • Alone

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