Articles for Tag: "breast cancer"

Why I have the best job in the world 
Why I have the best job in the world
A nurse navigator shares her experiences and explains what she views as the most powerful moment in the cancer journey.
Survey: 3 in 4 people don’t know this causes increased risk of cancer 
Survey: 3 in 4 people don’t know this causes increased risk of cancer
Data from the UK finds a majority of people lack awareness about a major preventable risk factor.
The less common symptoms of breast cancer 
The less common symptoms of breast cancer
Most women know to look for lumps, but what about other less common indicators that something is wrong.
“If you haven’t had your mammogram, go get your mammogram” 
“If you haven’t had your mammogram, go get your mammogram”
Jennifer Bonenfant thought she was too busy to get a mammogram so she skipped it for a few years. Then she found a lump.
Should all women be tested for BRCA mutations? 
Should all women be tested for BRCA mutations?
Researchers say it’s only necessary for certain populations or those with a specific health history.
Helping women kick cancer’s butt  Featured
Helping women kick cancer’s butt
After a special gift from a friend helped her through cancer treatment, Lauren Truelock wanted to give back.
A three-in-one surgery for breast cancer 
A three-in-one surgery for breast cancer
Three physicians collaborated to help a mom get back to her active lifestyle just days after surgery.