Articles for Tag: "lumpectomy"

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.
Michelle’s story: Courage in the face of breast cancer 
Michelle’s story: Courage in the face of breast cancer
An annual mammogram helped this professor and opera singer catch the disease early.
Are some early stage breast cancers overtreated? 
Are some early stage breast cancers overtreated?
For some women diagnosed with stage 0, experts say there may be other options.
What your genes can tell you about breast cancer 
What your genes can tell you about breast cancer
Read how genetic testing helped one family uncover a genetic link to breast cancer that has changed their outlook on health and prevention.
Breast Cancer at 36  Featured
Breast Cancer at 36
Jeannine Canino-Bieda shares how her fight with breast cancer gave her life new purpose.
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.