So many women you know may have had breast cancer — friends and neighbors, coworkers, relatives. It seems as if every time you turn around, breast cancer is being talked about in the newspaper or on TV. You may be fearful of developing breast cancer for the first time or of receiving a diagnosis after a mammogram or other testing. If you’ve had breast cancer, you may be fearful of a possible recurrence or even of the possibility that breast cancer could take your life.
Even though you may...Read more
"Will I die?" That's the first question that occurs to most people when they find out they have breast cancer. The answer is, "Of... Read more »
When you’re diagnosed with breast cancer, you quickly reach a whole new level of stress – probably one you never knew existed. By... Read more »
October is a time for memories. Last Saturday I volunteered at our local Komen Race for the Cure and saw that I'm not the only one who... Read more »
My technician recently told me, just before sending me gliding through an MRI tube, that MRI scans were once an uncommon breast exam. He performed... Read more »
Part II: Managing Through Treatment Ready, Set, Go Before each chemo session, a nurse will draw blood to check your blood counts. If they are not in... Read more »
Q. I’ve been diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer. What can you tell me about it, and what my treatment might be like?A. Inflammatory breast... Read more »