3 second cooking.jpgEye play the Piano.jpgAsia has scored eleven finalists at the shortlist stage of the London International Awards Digital category. As a country Japan has been the most successful with 5 shortlists. South Korea has four and two from Thailand.

Tokyu Agency Japan has three finalists for their multi award winning DoCoMo LTE's "3 Second Cooking campaign - Shrimp Frying Cannon; Super Fried Dumpling" campaign.

Hakuhodo Kettle Tokyo has two shortlists for The University of Tsukuba's Special Needs-Schools' "Eye Play the Piano".

Cheil Worldwide Seoul have three of Korea's finalists all for Samsung's "Look at Me" campaign and Innocean Worldwide have the other finalist for Korea for Hyundai's "A Message to Space".

Thailand's two finalists are both from BBDO Proximity Bangkok for the "Samsung Memory Recaller"  in the Apps and Innovative Use of Digital categories.
basement.jpgMountain.jpgLondon International Awards (LIA) has announced the shortlist for this year's Print category and Asia has scored an impressive 17 finalists, jointly lead by India and Thailand with five finalists each.

All of India's finalists were from McCann Worldgroup Mumbai for Dish TV's "Sofa; Puddle; Basement" campaign and one for Dabur Gastrina's "Flugelhorn".

Three of Thailand's five shortlists are from BBDO Proximity Thailand for Air Asia's "Beach; Mountain; Waterfall" campaign and Lowe Bangkok picks up the other two for Tea Plus' "Mount Fuji".

Malaysia follows with four finalists all from BBDO Proximity Malaysia for their "Burger; Drumstick; French Fries" print campaign for KFC.

Grey Group Beijing picks up China's two shortlists for Beijing Subway for "Firemen" and "Paramedics".

Sri Lanka's single finalist is from TBWA\Sri Lanka for Ceylon Today & Maubima National Newspapers' "Big Respect".

VIEW THE PRINT SHORTLIST: 2015 LIA_Shortlist_Print_Oct13.xlsx

KFC So Good.jpgBeach.jpgAsia has scored ten finalists at the shortlist round of the LIA Poster category.

Malaysia leads the pack with four finalists all from BBDO Proximity Kuala Lumpur for their campaign for KFC titled "Burger; Drumstick; French Fries".

Thailand follows with three finalists two of which are from BDO Proximity Bangkok for Air Asia's "Beach; Mountain; Waterfall" campaign and Lowe Bangkok pick up one finalist for Tea Plus' "Mount Fuji".

McCann Worldgroup pick up two finalists for India for Dish TV's "Sofa; Puddle; Basement" campaign and Japan picks up one finalist from Ogilvy & Mather for The Fujisan Club "Mt. Fuji Rubbish Billboards".

VIEW THE POSTER SHORTLIST: 2015 LIA_Shortlist_Poster_Oct13.xlsx

Sleeping Drunks .jpgAsia has scored four finalists at the shortlist round of the LIA Billboard category and three finalists in the Radio & Audio category.

In the Billboard category Japan scores three with Ogilvy & Mather Tokyo collecting two for Yaocho Bars' "Sleeping Drunks Billboard" and one for The Fujisan Club's "Junk; Hubcaps; Plastic; Tires". Korea scores one finalist for Innocean Worldwide's "A Message to Space" for Hyundai.

In the Radio category McCann Erickson Japan picks up two finalists for All Free's "Orchestra" and BBDO Guerrero The Philippines scores one finalist for Noli Me Tangere Audiobook's "Touch Me/Touch Me Not".

VIEW THE BILLBOARD SHORTLIST - 2015 LIA_BillboardShortlist_Oct13.xlsx
VIEW THE RADIO & AUDIO SHORTLIST - 2015 LIA_Shortlist_Radio & Audio_Oct13.xlsx

Great Warm Up Cup.jpgThe shortlists for LIA's Integration and Non-Traditional categories have been announced with Asia scoring five finalists in the Non-Traditional category.

China has scored two finalists both from Fred & Farid Shanghai for The North Face's "Great Warm Up Cup".

Hong Kong, Japan and Korea have scored one finalist each for Cheil Hong Kong's Save The Children 'Missing Child', Ogilvy & Mather Japan for Yaocho Bars' "Sleeping Drunks Billboard" and KT Seoul's The Life Saving TV Project " Lock Screens".

Sachin Burma.jpgLeo Burnett India has appointed Sachin Das Burma as Group Executive Creative Director at its Delhi office.

Burma comes to the team having built his credentials across several marquee brands like Dabur, Nokia, Indian Airlines, Carrier, Hyundai, Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Slice, Iodex, Horlicks, Airtel, Hero Motors, MakeMyTrip, Snapdeal, HCL, Tata Salt, amongst others.

Welcoming him on board, Samir Gangahar, President - North, Leo Burnett India, said, "We are delighted to welcome Sachin. With an impressive track-record of creating path-breaking integrated communication across categories and the hunger to do a lot more, I'm excited to see him craft ideas that impact consumer behaviour and solve business problems across our portfolio of brands."
Human Traffic Sign_speed.jpgLowe China, Shanghai has won two Grand Prix's in Outdoor and TV/Cinema/Online Film Grand Prix for their client Shanghai General Motors/Buick, titled, "Human Traffic Sign". An additional Gold award was also captured for "Human Traffic Sign" in the Press competition. 

The Cresta Awards honor creative excellence in twelve major competitions: TV/Cinema/Online Film; Integrated Campaigns; Press; Interactive; Outdoor; Design; Promotions & Incentives; Radio; Crafts;  Direct Marketing; Branded Entertainment and Ambient Media.

Lowe Lintas Hyderabad wins Mobizz business

GV Krishnan 2.jpgLowe Lintas Hyderabad has won the creative mandate of Mobizz, the mobile app offering from Mantena Technologies Pvt Ltd. The agency won the business after a multi-agency pitch. There was no incumbent agency on the account; rather it is the first time that Mobizz has chosen to lean on the services of a creative agency.

As its creative partner, the mandate for Lowe Lintas Hyderabad would be to launch the brand in India, which also includes arriving at a brand idea for Mobizz.

Sharing his thoughts on appointing Lowe Lintas Hyderabad as its creative partner, Ramakrishna Karolla, Co-Founder & CEO, Mobizz said, "Mobizz is an innovative mobile app that redefines the way consumers connect and interact with relevant businesses. After looking at multiple agencies, we realized that Lowe Lintas correctly understood the brand idea that we had envisaged for Mobizz. We are confident that through this partnership we will build Mobizz as a valuable consumer brand that transcends time and boundaries."
vlcsnap-2015-10-09-12h49m43s818.jpgThe youth's perception of the Indian Army has always been of a fighter standing on the border with heavy machine guns and tanks, and the one who is always on standby to fight the enemies at the border.

However, the Indian Army today is not the army of the old days. While valour, patriotism and protection remain at the core of the Armed Forces, it has for the first time, differentiated itself from other popular industries such as information technology, media and financial services. The Indian Army has projected itself as a full-fledged working organization that offers job opportunities in different sectors, and is one of India's most exciting workplaces.

LIA Pool 4.jpgLIA Pool 3.jpgOne of the highlights of the London International Awards judging week in Las Vegas is the Creative LIAisons Rooftop Pool Party attended by the jury and the 100 invited young creatives from all corners of the world. It was a great party around the private pool at the SLS hotel in Las Vegas.

Adrian Bosich inside the LIA Film Craft jury room

IMG_6680b (1).jpgAdrian Bosich, director and co-founder, AIRBAG, represented Australia on the LIA Film Craft jury at the LIA Awards in Las Vegas. Here's his report, exclusive to CB.

I'm not going to subject you to a Trip Diary. I am going to keep this short and simple. I've just completed judging Film Craft at LIA in Vegas, and I thought it may be useful to take a look inside the jury room, and its deliberations in the category.

Ed Gunn's LIA Diary: Days 1 - 2

IMG_1172.jpgEd Gunn (right), a planner from Colenso BBDO represented New Zealand at the 4th annual Creative LIAisons at LIA in Las Vegas. Here's his report, exclusive to CB.

"A little bit of this town goes a long way" wrote Hunter S. Thompson when referring to Las Vegas.
I'm here for five days.
Give me strength.

Everyone that I'd spoken to on my previous travels had said that I'll be lucky to survive three days here, and the minute you get off the gangway, it's easy to see why. Fit inducing lights of slot machines, the sounds of coins being won and money going in (not in equal parts), people peddling fedoras and narcotics before you even leave the terminal  - it's the global centre of consumerism, so where better to learn from the greatest minds in advertising about how to improve our creative and make this industry even better.
Troy Lim_Jon Loke.jpgHighly regarded creative team Troy Lim and Jon Loke are making a move to join Publicis Singapore as Executive Creative Directors.
Lim and Loke are two of Asia's most celebrated and most influential creative leaders, who have a formidable reputation backed by an enviable track record of winning both creative and effectiveness awards and new business.
Most recently at O&M Singapore, Lim and Loke have been joint creative leads for major accounts such as BMW, KFC, Ministry of Culture, Community & Youth, National Environment Agency, Singapore Sports Council, Health Promotion Board, Kimberly-Clarke and GlaxoSmithKline.
Head & Shoulders.jpgHead & Shoulders, P&G's largest shampoo brand globally has launched a new campaign aimed at the cricket obsessed Indian guy.
Created by L&K Saatchi & Saatchi, this cricket commentary inspired campaign hopes to stand out in the clutter of cricket-style communications.

Ogilvy&Mather Logo.jpgOgilvy Public Relations Indonesia (Ogilvy) has been appointed to the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism account.

Ogilvy will provide a 5-year strategic communications plan that aims to increase the country's visibility as a top tourism destination in the international market, with a target to increase tourist numbers to 20 million within the next few years. The brief will involve the vast network of Ogilvy offices around the world including Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, China, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, United States, Europe and the United Kingdom.
CheukChiang.jpgAsia Pacific Effie Awards has named Cheuk Chiang, CEO, Asia Pacific for Omnicom Media Group, as the 2016 Awards Chairman.

Chiang (pictured) oversees the global media and communications network in Asia Pacific, with brands like OMD, PHD and M2M that have been built on strong cultures of creativity and innovation.

Chiang's career to date spans across account management, strategy planning and agency management roles in creative, direct marketing, digital and media agencies, having worked on a number of high profile brands including Coca-Cola, Heineken, Heinz, Hennessy, HP, Holden, HTC, Kraft, Mars, Myer, Motorola, Nestle, Nikon, Tiger Beer and Unilever over the past 23 years.

Ellie Jones + Avani Maan's LIA Diary: Days 1-4

We survived that rollercoaster.jpgDDB Sydney junior creative team Ellie Jones (near left) + Avani Maan (far left) represented Australia at the 4th annual Creative LIAisons at LIA in Las Vegas. Here's their report, exclusive to CB.

The valuable life lessons began as soon as we landed in the US, when Ellie accidentally got into the driver's seat on the left hand side of the cab.

We arrived at the SLS hotel in Las Vegas and met the 100 other young creatives who had arrived from around the world for Creative LIAisons, to learn some stuff and lose some money. One attendee from Detroit was pretty impressed by the fact we could speak English.
Day 1 and 2 were spent in lectures with a line-up of amazing speakers each with a different perspective on the ad industry. Here's a few of our top picks.
Maria Leow sml.jpgiris Worldwide has appointed Maria Leow as Business Director reporting to Craig Mapleston, Managing Director of iris Singapore.
As an accomplished veteran, Leow (pictured) joins iris with over 20 years of experience in advertising and marketing management. In her role as Business Director, she will take the lead in the growth of key strategic accounts, including SK-II and Shell. In addition, Leow will take on the role of talent attraction and development for iris across APAC.
"Maria comes to iris at a really important time in our growth. As a proven senior account handler, she'll be driving the success of some of our most important accounts. And with her wealth of experience and leadership success, Maria is ideally placed to help us attract the best talent and work with our staff across the region to help them get the most out of their experiences at iris," said Mapleston.
Mars-Press-Ad-E-1.jpgThe nature of news is that it gets old fast because people only remember what they heard last. Based on this insight, Daily News published by Lake House - Sri Lanka's national newspaper - wanted to highlight a key issue that's never been out of the news in Sri Lanka. To get the message across TBWA Sri Lanka dveloped this print campaign.

Credits - Chief Creative Officer: Subhash Pinnapola. Art Director: Mithila Chamara. Copywriter: Sohan Ratnaike. Graphic Designer: Mayura Sesath. Studio: Saminda Priyadarshana.

The Squid & The Whale at Creative LIAisons

squidwhale.jpgThe squid is advertising kid Jackson Harper. His pregnant creative partner Shannon Crowe, the whale. Both are in Las Vegas representing Clemenger BBDO Melbourne at Creative LIAisons 2015.

The sun beats down on Las Vegas. It's not wobbly-horizon-hot, but it is hot enough for the squid and the whale to appreciate the sweet oasis of air-conditioned conference rooms.

We're two days down, ten Creative Conversations deep, and starting to see a common theme emerge. Drive. What drives the work? And what drives us, the workers?
ANDY jury (1).jpgThe International ANDY Awards has announced the jury for the 52nd Annual International ANDY Awards, held in New York. Representing Asia on the jury is Morihiro Harano (left), creative director / founder, Mori Inc., Tokyo; Fan Ng (centre), chief creative officer, Saatchi & Saatchi, Northern China and Santosh Padhi (right), co-founder and chief creative officer, Taproot, Mumbai.
Mars-logo.jpgMars gets serious about digital in Indonesia, as it awards three of its largest brands to Arcade Jakarta.

US based food and confectionery multinational, Mars, is strengthening its position in the important Indonesia market. Mars Inc. was founded in the US in 1911 and today has over $35 billion in annual sales. The privately-held company is well regarded for its support for ethical farming and has won awards for its cocoa sustainable growth programs in Indonesia.
Taste of Black.jpgDirector John S. Park has recently shot a new campaign for Guinness out of iris, Seoul.

Guinness, as one of Diageo's biggest global brands enjoys a brand loyalty and love around the world that most beers could only dream of.

Adot_Lights_Blue.jpgLondon International Awards (LIA) has announced the shortlist for the TV/Cinema/Online Film category. Asia has a total of four finalists - Japan has two, with China and Singapore having one each.

Japan's finalists are Ogilvy & Mather Tokyo for Adot.com's "Lights" for Public Service/Social Welare and Tokyu Agency Inc. for Advanced LTE Network's "3 Second Cooking - Shrimp Frying Cannon; 3 Second Cooking - Super Fried Dumpling" campaign.

Also making the cut are Saatchi & Saatchi Shanghai's Corporate Image commercial for Changyou's "Mother" and JWT Singapore/Mirum picks up a finalist for Social Media Coalition Against Bullying for Children and Youth's "Share It To End It".
A151006_LIA_SLS_2015-330.jpgA151006_LIA_SLS_2015-307.jpgThe London International Awards judging in Las Vegas is drawing to an end with the last two jury panels due to finish today.

Once again the LIA organisers have put on a fantastic 10 days that has proven to be stimulating, inspiring and great fun for the judging panels. In addition to the judging 100 young creatives have been taking part in the hugely successful Creative LIAisons conference.

Over the past 10 days the jury has been coming together at night to enjoy the LIA's hospitality at several organised dinners.

Here's some of the good times through the Campaign Brief Camera.
Shanghai London Advertising Forum.jpgThe Shanghai London Advertising Forum 2015 is a unique opportunity for Shanghai and London advertising people to meet in person, learn from each other and start to build strong business relationships.

The Shanghai London Advertising Forum is a two-day event in Shanghai (Sigma Film Club on the Bund) on the 20th and 21st October that brings together top Chinese agencies and top UK commercials and interactive production and vfx companies.

The Forum is being organised by The Advertising Producers Association - the trade body for UK commercials and interactive production, editing, vfx and music companies, in partnership with Ogilvy China, DDB China, BBH Shanghai, Leagas Delaney Shanghai, TBWA Shanghai, JWT China, Publicis China and W+K Shanghai to bring the together best advertising talent from both sides of the world, and to build knowledge and relationships, and from there, work.
Huawei.jpgGlobal: TEAMHW, a WPP team that provides global marketing communications services to Huawei, has unveiled an inspiring new global campaign for the launch of the ground-breaking new Huawei Mate S smartphone packed with innovative touch technologies.
Matt Ware.jpgMediaCom has appointed Matt Ware as Head of Programmatic for Asia Pacific. With over ten years of global industry experience, Ware (pictured) joins MediaCom with a wealth of experience in both digital and programmatic.

With Wares' tenure effective immediately, he will report directly to Matthew Wigham, MediaCom's Chief Investment Officer. Ware will work with the regional and local market teams across the region to deliver effective solutions for MediaCom clients in programmatic media. He will also develop the agency's Content + Connections proposition across the region.

Matthew Wigham, Chief Investment Officer, APAC said of the appointment, "Matt has a vast amount of global digital experience and will help deliver significant value for our clients in the programmatic space. He will build our capability across the region, in an area that is becoming increasingly important for all of our clients and we are thrilled to have him join our team."
GreynJ United.jpgGreynJ United Thailand was crowned Digital Agency of the Year, while their work for 'The Waiters' Mom' for Bar-B-Q Plaza has won two grand prix for Best of Film and Best of Digital Viral Video.
"The Waiters' Mom" also picked up 5 Gold Awards (in Film, Digital: Viral Marketing, Effectiveness: Ad That Works, Public Relations: Best Corporate, and Activation & Event Marketing Categories), It also won a Silver in Digital & Interactive - Online Video category.This outstanding achievement ranked Bar-B-Q Plaza as #2 Advertiser of the Year.
Other work that picked up metal are: Silver for Bar-B-Q Plaza 'Moment of Now' TVC
2 Silvers (POS Design & OOH Poster categories) and 1 Bronze (Print) for Tic Tac 'Be Prepared'.

warc logo.jpgA total of 39 entries have been shortlisted for the 2015 Warc Prize for Asian Strategy, the cash prize for the most insightful marketing strategy in the region.

Warc, the marketing and advertising intelligence service, will award the $5,000 Grand Prix to the region's best strategy case study, plus five further Special Awards of $1,000 each. The Warc Prize for Asian Strategy will be presented in Mumbai, India, on October 29.

With 21 case studies, entries from India made up more half the shortlist. Singapore claimed four shortlist spots, and Hong Kong and the Philippines three each.

Bend the Rules.jpgBBDO India has created a new TVC for HP's 'Bend the Rules' campaign called 'I like your soch, but love my approach'. In continuation to HP's successful global campaign 'Bend the Rules', the new TVC represents the millennial attitude of bending the rules, challenging status quo and stereotypes. Today's youth has a different understanding of life - their heroes are often people who follow alternative paths to great success. Instead of treading the well-worn path of a degree and a corporate job, they use the power of technology and their passion to create their own success, at an early age. They are not rule breakers or rebels; they just wish to change the practice of blindly accepting established norms and received wisdom.

Opera Mediaworks_Moat_Mobile_Viewability_Partnership.jpgOpera Mediaworks Singapore, the first mobile ad platform built for brands, has announced that its Instant-Play HD mobile in-app video ad SDK has been integrated with Moat Analytics, providing advertisers with the ability to transact on viewable in-app video impressions.

As one of the industry's most trusted ad analytics and verification partners, Moat's integration means that advertisers in search of in-app viewable impressions will now be able to purchase Instant-Play HD mobile in-app video inventory with an even greater degree of confidence. This is the lead offering in a phased approach by Opera Mediaworks, to deliver transactable, viewable impressions to brand and agency partners.
3.Shark-iconic-cmyk-2.jpgVizeum has been appointed to lead the launch of the BBC Earth channel across Asia. Consistent with BBC Worldwide's global strategy BBC Knowledge was rebranded to BBC Earth on 3 October 2015.
BBC Earth offers premium content, original commissions and a world beating pipeline of factual programmes that define the human experience, our planet and the wider universe. The channel will deliver awe inspiring programmes in the BBC's well-known world class style.
BBC Earth launched with Shark, the history of the ocean's greatest predators. The new channel will also see the Asia premiere of The Hunt, within 24 hours of the UK telecast. The blue chip landmark series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough and executive produced by award-winning producer, Alistair Fothergill, explores the dramatic world of predation as never before, taking an intimate look at the remarkable strategies of hunters and the hunted, exploring the challenges animals face and the tactics they employ.
Other programmes on the channel will include popular series Life Below Zero which follows the lives of hard-working people living off the grid in Alaska, Infested in which Dr Michael Mosley explores the bizarre and fascinating world of parasites by turning his body into a living laboratory and deliberately infesting himself with them, and Human Universe, in which rockstar turned nuclear physicist Professor Brian Cox explores our place in the universe.
Vegie Balls.jpgIKEA takes up the challenge to get kids eating their dose of vegetables. Introducing veggie balls... now served up at IKEA stores in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.


Credits -
Creative Directors: Maurice Wee, Tinus Strydom. Art Directors : Marcus Yuen, Boo Weiyi. Copywriter : Kengchien Hong. Executive Producer : Daphne Ng. Business Director: Bibiana Lee. Project Director: Lesley Chelvan.
Associate Account Director: Manavi Sharma. Social Strategist: Josie Khng.
Mother.jpgTesco.jpgI am Mumbai.jpgLondon International Awards (LIA) has announced the shortlist for the Production & Post-Production category. Asia has scored three finalists with one each from China, India and Thailand.

China's finalist is from Saatchi & Saatchi Shanghai for Changyou's "Employee", "Mother", "Little Girl" for Direction Campaign.
India scores a shortlist for Ramesh Deo Production for the Mumbai Mirror's "I Am Mumbai 2014" in Direction, and the Leo Burnett Group Thailand pick up a shortlist for Tesco Lotus "Taxi" also in Direction.

A total of 91 entries have been shortlisted in the category. The United Kingdom dominates the field with 31 shortlisted entries, with United States (21) and Germany (10) also faring well.

Lizie Gower, managing director and founder of Academy Films, presided over a strong jury composed of Adrian Bosich, Richard De Aragüés, Davud Karbassioun, Alexander Schildt, Wilf Sweetland, Ivo van Vollenhoven and Jacqui Wilkinson.

Winners will be announced on November 10th.

Sandeep Sawanr & Hemant Shingy.jpgBBDO India has announced the appointments of Sandeep Sawant and Hemant Shingry as Executive Creative Directors for Mumbai. Sawant and Shingry will join the leadership team that is growing and shaping BBDO India's creative reputation across the world.
"Hemant and Sandeep are the best in the industry. They've risen from within our organization with work that represents the bleeding edge of communication. They are proof that it takes an elastic mind and a future embracing attitude to create action-oriented ideas that connect brands with ever-changing consumers and fast moving media." said Josy Paul, Chairman & Chief Creative Officer BBDO India. "They understand what it means to collaborate and partner with diverse groups and talent to trigger and grow brand movements."
Bajaj.jpgIn an attempt to create more happy commuters, Bajaj Auto unveils a brand new campaign for Bajaj CT100, India's favourite entry level commuter bike. The campaign launch comes after the much anticipated relaunch of the bike across markets in India. The auto major has already made a significant impact in the category with as many as 150,000 CT100s sold in less than 100 days.

HIT.jpgSeven Sundays has combined with acclaimed director Mark Toia to create an emotional corporate thematic for home products brand HIT, in this 3 minute homage to mothers and their families.

Scripted by Advantage Indonesia, the film places mum in her central role as family protector, and through a variety of vignettes we see how mums' care and nourish all their family in good times, and bad. The films emotional power comes from our ability to identify and empathise with the superbly captured natural performances of the cast, and was accompanied with delicately crafted music track composed by Emmy Award winning Composer Chris Elves.

The 2008 China Earthquake - First On Twitter.jpgHow do we get Asia to see Twitter as a unique news source and not just a social network? Ogilvy & Mather Singapore visualised three incredible stories that broke on Twitter first and how they unfolded in real time. Web developer @dtan alerted the world to the catastrophic earthquake that struck Sichuan province in China hours before the U.S. Geological Survey was able to comment. After hearing the rare sound of helicopters, Abbottabad IT consultant Sohaib Athar unknowingly live-tweeted the U.S. Navy SEAL raid that resulted in Osama bin Laden's death.


Credits - Chief Creative Officer: Eugene Cheong. Executive Creative Director: Melvyn Lim. Art Director: Loo Yong Ping. Creative Director/ Art Director: Shawnn Lai. Planner: Sonal Narain. Account Director: Giri Jadhav. Illustrator: Simon Prades.
Ladysaver Soap 1-LR.jpgThe earlier breast cancer is detected and treated, the greater the chances for survival. Which is why medical professionals worldwide recommend doing breast self-examinations monthly. Yet while breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting Singaporean women, how many women in Singapore check their breasts regularly, if at all?





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