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Learning you have a high cancer risk gene mutation is hard enough. Here's how to tell your family they might be at risk too.
Have you recently had a genetic test that shows you're predisposed to breast or ovarian cancer? A genetic counselor shares how to process the news.
From online support to picking up the telephone and calling a help line, there are resources available to help if you have a BRCA gene mutation.
Finding out you have a BRCA gene mutation can be scary. But knowledge is power, and you can take these steps to prevent and detect breast cancer early.
For starters, know that you are not alone. We have expert advice that will help you navigate the months ahead.
Are you someone who hasn't had a cancer diagnosis but might some day? If so, here are words and helpful tips to understand life as a previvor.
Check out these 10 practical steps and oncologist insights to put most of your fears about dying from breast cancer to rest.
Advanced breast cancer tends to spread to the bones, the liver, the lungs, or the brain. Can you recognize the different symptoms of metastasis for each organ?
Early detection and treatment for breast cancer have prevented hundreds of thousands of breast-cancer deaths in the United States in the past three decades.
If you have metastatic breast cancer, how do you know if a clinical trial might be right for you? And what can you expect if you join one?