Articles for Tag: "breast cancer"

Is reconstructive breast surgery an option after a mastectomy? 
Is reconstructive breast surgery an option after a mastectomy?
Following a mastectomy, many women decide to undergo reconstructive breast surgery. Here’s what you need to know.
Three surprising “female” conditions that can affect men 
Three surprising “female” conditions that can affect men
Find out three health conditions that are common among men and women.
Being social may help ease pain of breast cancer 
Being social may help ease pain of breast cancer
Research shows that breast cancer patients better manage physical symptoms of pain when surrounded by a solid network of friends.
How a Supreme Court case on human genes could impact you 
How a Supreme Court case on human genes could impact you
The Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in a case that could forever alter human genome research. Here’s what you need to know.
When it comes to breast cancer surgery, is less really more?  Featured
When it comes to breast cancer surgery, is less really more?
A recent study suggests a more conservative approach is best for treating early-stage breast cancer. Find out why exploring the best treatment options available to you with your doctor could get you well sooner.
Cancer deaths decline, but a long way to go 
Cancer deaths decline, but a long way to go
Cancer deaths have declined 20 percent in the last two decades. And while that’s good news, the American Cancer Society (ACS) reminds us that we […]