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Healthy One Day, Cancer Patient the Next: Seeking (and Finding) Your Best Results
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For breast cancer survivors struggling with sleep, this CBT alternative may be worth a second look.
New mammography system has just received FDA approval — and research shows it’s much more effective for women with dense breasts.
If you were diagnosed with cancer in one breast, would you have the other, healthy breast removed as well? More woman are doing so. Here’s what to know.
Many people think metastatic breast cancer is a death knell, but more women are living longer despite this serious diagnosis.
Multiple treatments can be effective in treating aggressive cancers, but they may lead to unwanted side effects like lymphedema.
Some cancer survivors are surprised when they don’t go back to their usual selves. Here are tips to make transition into survivorship smoother.