Dolly Woody, Executive Director of the Susan G. Komen Foundation in Northeast PA, stopped by the WBRE studios recently to show us exactly how the program works. You can actually click on a button and get a chance to see the breast right up close and then actually get into the whole physiology behind it. You can go through it from the beginning... or click on an option called "maps" to take a short-cut. You can click on a selection and then that selection will appear and then it will take you to all of the different components in that section. The site covers every topic you can imagine... in a way that`s clear and easy to understand. And it`s not just for breast cancer patients. If anyone knows of someone who`s been diagnosed and you`re concerned and you want to know how you can help, this might be a way to familiarize yourself with the disease and what you can expect this individual to go though and just be there for support. Supporting breast cancer patients... increasing knowledge about the disease... one click at a time. Anatomy of Breast cancer is also available in a Spanish version. For more information -- we`ve set up a link for you. And if you don`t have internet access, call the Komen foundation at 1-800-650-CURE and they`ll be happy to mail out a written version of the program. And don`t forget -- today is the 28th of the month.. WBRE Buddy Check Day. So call your buddy -- and remind her to do a breast self-exam.