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Identification of New Breast Cancer Genes
Scientists at the British Columbia Cancer Agency and University of British Columbia have identified new breast cancer genes. This is a discovery that may change the way breast cancer is diagnosed, as well the way it is treated.
How Do I Tell My Kids I Have Breast Cancer?
One of the hardest things in the world is telling your children you've been diagnosed with breast cancer. Here are some thoughts to help you answer the question, “How Do I Tell My Kids I Have Breast Cancer?"
Healthy Choices Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
Breast cancer survivors know that being proactive is the key ingredient to feeling empowered. Here are some easy ways to take charge of your diet and lifestyle to reduce the risk of breast cancer for you and your loved ones.
Guided Imagery for Breast Cancer
Touted by some as a panacea and condemned by others as a hoax, guided imagery is a complimentary therapy that many of us wonder about. How do you do it? Does it really work? Is it dangerous, and are there any side effects?
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!
Empowerment - Ten Things You Can Do
Don't be a victim - empower yourself!
Ductal lavage is a procedure that collects cells from the milk ducts of the breast which can then be analyzed for precancerous changes. Is this something you should consider?
Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book Review
It doesn't take long to reach information overload when you're dealing with breast cancer. So where do you turn for factual information you can rely on?
Don't Try To Do It Alone
A breast cancer diagnosis turns our lives upside down. We are in shock, and sometimes our first inclination is to handle the crisis alone. Never is it more important, however, to reach out for help.
Do I Need a Mammogram?
Are mammograms worth the risk? How accurate are they? Are there other/better screening tools?
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