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Breast Cancer and Exercise
It's a proven fact that women who exercise during their cancer treatment experience less fatigue. Further, participating in a regular exercise program helps reduce anxiety and depression, fosters a sense of well being and builds strength and endurance. It's never too late to start!

Thermography and Breast Cancer
Thermography is a screening method that measures differences in temperature of a woman’s breast tissue, and often can detect subtle, pre-cancerous changes long before they appear on a mammogram. Should you consider thermography?

Tumor Status Changes Affect Treatment
New research shows the hormonal status of tumors changes throughout the course of the disease; however, treatment is usually based on the initial status. Therefore patients may not be receiving optimal treatment.

Pink Jack-O-Lanterns?
Every year, the month of October gets pinker and pinker. From computers to soup cans, from cars to athletic sox, if you want it in pink, you'll find it for a price. Some campaigns are legitimate; some aren't. Let's take a look.

Fatigue and Breast Cancer
Fatigue is more than just being tired. It creeps up on us, unannounced, and thoroughly depletes us. The most common side effect of breast cancer treatment, fatigue affects over 90 percent of breast cancer patients. Learn how to fight back!

Do I Need a Mammogram?
Are mammograms worth the risk? How accurate are they? Are there other/better screening tools?

Common Questions About Lymphedema
Have you had lymph nodes removed? Confused about lymphedema? Here are answers to some of the most common questions.

Vitamin D and Breast Cancer
Vitamin D shows promise in reducing the risk of developing breast cancer as well as preventing its spread.

The Lymphatic System and Breast Cancer
The health of our lymphatic system is directly related to the power of our immune system. There are many simple things we can do to enhance lymphatic function. This, in turn, will help fortify our immune system and strengthen our resistance to breast cancer.

Cortisol, Stress and Breast Cancer
We hear a lot today about cortisol, especially in the context of weight loss. But did you know that monitoring your cortisol levels plays an important role in reducing your risk of breast cancer as well?

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