Articles for Tag: "mammogram"

When to see a plastic surgeon after a breast cancer diagnosis 
When to see a plastic surgeon after a breast cancer diagnosis
Even if you don’t choose to have reconstruction surgery, it’s good to explore your options.
When the caregiver becomes the patient 
When the caregiver becomes the patient
This mammography technician never dreamed she’d face breast cancer.
Why does this cancer survivor consider herself lucky? 
Why does this cancer survivor consider herself lucky?
Two years after her cancer diagnosis, a Cary, Ill. woman reflects on her illness.
How I saved my sister’s life 
How I saved my sister’s life
A two-time breast cancer survivor explains how she uses her battle to inspire others.
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.
Life has a way of throwing curveballs 
Life has a way of throwing curveballs
A businesswoman and mother of three did not plan for breast cancer. She stresses the importance of a yearly mammogram.