Articles for Tag: "mammograms"

Actress Shannen Doherty’s breast cancer announcement is a reminder about risks for women everywhere  Featured
Actress Shannen Doherty’s breast cancer announcement is a reminder about risks for women everywhere
This is what a doctor wants you to know.
Are you ever too old for a mammogram?  Featured
Are you ever too old for a mammogram?
The question of when to stop screenings has long been debated. New research reveals an interesting answer.
Breast cancer risk assessment is critical for women under 45 
Breast cancer risk assessment is critical for women under 45
With one in eight women developing breast cancer during their lifetime, early detection is key.
I’m too young for breast cancer 
I’m too young for breast cancer
At the age of 22, Danielle Garland was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. Now she shares her story to spread awareness.
Genetic testing helps patients determine their level of risk 
Genetic testing helps patients determine their level of risk
5 to 10 percent of breast cancers are linked to an inherited gene. Testing helps women make informed decisions.
Breast cancer risk assessment is critical for women under 45 
Breast cancer risk assessment is critical for women under 45
With one in eight women developing breast cancer during their lifetime, early detection is key.
Diabetes treatment may impact breast density 
Diabetes treatment may impact breast density
Women who take insulin appear more likely to have dense breasts, a known risk factor for breast cancer. Learn more.