“Of all the things that happened to me during my cancer experience, the most surprising involved one of my good friends. She disappeared.”
Allen’s wife is a seven-year survivor of breast cancer. Now, he asks, should he be concerned about her high CEA reading?
When it comes to our breasts, what’s normal and what is cause for concern? Can teens get breast cancer?
A rash on the breast could spark panic — but this may put your mind at ease.
Worried about breast cancer? This guide will lead you to the information you need about potential symptoms, from itching to lumps.
Is it possible to have an adverse reaction to a titanium marker placed in a breast biopsy? Here’s what you should know.
Most breast lumps aren’t cancer. Learn about other possibilities, like cysts, fibroadenomas, and fibrocystic breast changes.
Have you been told you need to have a breast ultrasound? Here’s what to expect, and what it may find.
If you’ve experienced a change in your nipples (for example, itching or discharge) your first instinct may be to panic. But often, the cause is nothing serious.
It’s natural to feel worried if you experience a change in your breast, but most causes are not serious. This guide can help you know when to seek a doctor’s attention.