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.
Even after her MBC diagnosis, Lesley was determined to stay active. And experts believe exercise with MBC has numerous benefits, too.
A cancer diagnosis does not have to mean that you give up working out. Take it from this woman who worked out through chemo treatment.
Get tips on how to develop an eating plan when you’re living with MBC, straight from an oncology dietitian and nutrition educator.
Could itchy breasts be a symptom of something serious, like breast cancer? Learn more here, and get tips to relieve the itch.
Are your cancer treatments causing your weight to fluctuate? Here’s why, and what you can do about it.