Articles for Tag: "mammograms"

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.
Julie’s story: Staying upbeat through cancer treatment 
Julie’s story: Staying upbeat through cancer treatment
Facing Stage 3 breast cancer, Julie Donofrio shares why a positive attitude is so important.
What younger women can do to avoid breast cancer  Featured
What younger women can do to avoid breast cancer
Too young for a mammogram? That doesn’t mean you can’t be proactive about your breast health.
Woman finds strength in numbers after breast cancer diagnosis  Featured
Woman finds strength in numbers after breast cancer diagnosis
Julie Donofrio shares why being proactive about your health is so important.
What does dense breast tissue mean? 
What does dense breast tissue mean?
A radiologist shares what women should know about their breast health and the tests that can be done for those with dense breasts.
Tina, Jeannine & Aimee – A year later 
Tina, Jeannine & Aimee – A year later
These inspiring women discuss life after breast cancer and share their hopes for the future.