No Bra Day History
No Bra Day seeks to raise awareness about breast cancer by encouraging women to not wear a bra. It encourages women to get checked for breast cancer and to schedule regular examinations.
The concept of no Bra Day was first started by Toronto plastic surgeon Dr. Mitchell Brown in 2011. Dr. Brown wanted to inform women recovering from breast cancer about the opportunity for reconstructive surgery. The event was called BRA day or, Breast Reconstructive Awareness day. It was later rebranded by an anonymous individual as No Bra Day.
No Bra Day is observed annually on October 13th.
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