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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.
This study finds that friends and family can have a positive impact on your breast cancer treatment decisions and help you work through your emotions.
Before you break the news of metastatic breast cancer to your family, think about what you'll say and tailor the amount of information according to their age.
When it comes to breast cancer, knowing your family history and following up with genetic testing could save your life. Here's how to find the facts you need.
Bethany Kandel had to learn how to be a patient after being a caregiver following her breast cancer diagnosis. She shares tips for the role reversal.
Read a Q&A with Susan Ford Bales, daughter of U.S. President Gerald Ford, who helped launched National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with her mother Betty Ford.
A breast cancer survivor discusses her decision to not do genetic testing for cancer – right now. Why has she decided to hold off?
Follow along as Phyllis Johnson experiences genetic counseling and testing for breast cancer.
Here are some strategies for lightening your load and enjoying Thanksgiving when you’re just not in the mood to celebrate.