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The $4.7 million investment will create a singular space for breast cancer patients to receive same-day access to all the experts they need during their post-diagnosis visit.
Kathleen Stewart wasn't surprised at her breast cancer diagnosis, but she was surprised to learn about the Goldilocks reconstruction option. Here's how it can help women in similar situations.
Estrogen is thought to act as a fuel for breast cancer cells. Two types of prevention medications block estrogen to reduce breast cancer risk. Learn about the differences and who may benefit.
Hair loss is a common side effect of chemotherapy, and can contribute to stress and anxiety. However, scalp cooling therapy helps many patients keep most of their hair.
Lymphedema is a common side effect of cancer. A new surveillance program lowers this risk by painlessly tracking tiny changes in a person's lymph system.
Changes to your breast can cause worry. The good news? Not all changes are due to breast cancer. Learn about a few types of benign breast disease and which types increase the risk of breast cancer.
Mammograms play a key role in early breast cancer detection. Don't let these seven common excuses make you miss this important screening.
Time is of the essence with breast cancer, and Gail Raddatz didn’t want to wait. This avid traveler had no issue with a journey across town to get the care she needed right away.
RFID isn’t just for inventory tracking anymore. Learn how It’s now used in the operating room to guide breast biopsies, and benefits the surgeon and patient.
Cancer can affect the way you feel, think and act. Learn common emotions felt by cancer survivors, and gather tips for emotional recovery.
Women's health experts discuss breast cancer, preventive measures, and advancements in personalized medicine and breast cancer treatment. Watch the webinar now.
Are you of average risk for breast cancer? What exactly does that mean? Should you have a mammogram, and if so, how often? Here are answers to 8 common questions about this important screening.
If you've been diagnosed with cancer, knowing what to expect can lower your stress level. Use these 11 suggestions to learn more about your diagnosis, and improve resilience and coping skills.