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Low Vitamin D Linked to Aggressive Breast Cancer
Click to read the entire article about how Women with low vitamin D levels may have an increased...More
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LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE! Watch this video & ...
Got Royal Wedding fever? Check out "Mrs Brown Gets a Bikini Wax" for a good dose of British humor! ...More
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9 NATURAL WAYS TO PREVENT FROM BREAST CANCER
Cancer of the breast is the most frequent malignancy that occurs in women. A little awareness goes a long way...More
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Brocolli May Fight Cancer Growth
Interesting article about brocolli fighting cancer growth! Now I'm even more determined to encourage...More
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Microcalcifications and Early Signs of Breast Canc...
A microcalcification is an increase of calcium in one spot. They are widespread and most women will have a few...More
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Microcalcifications and Early Signs of Breast Canc...
A microcalcification is an increase of calcium in one spot. They are widespread and most women will have a few...More
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DIEP reconstruction webcast from Beth Israel Hospi...
Great webcast with plastic surgeon and breast surgeon discussing DIEP reconstruction. Video shows...More
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SLIDESHOW: Top Cancer-Fighting Foods
No single food can reduce your risk of cancer, but the right combination of foods may help make a...More
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5 Things Young Women Must Know About Breast Cancer
Getting breast cancer before 40 is not common, but young women need to hear this advice. This...More
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Sex Complaints Common After Breast Cancer
Loss of libido and difficulty having sex are common complaints among breast cancer survivors, new...More
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Sex & Intimacy With Breast Cancer
There's no denying that the sexual side effects of breast cancer can linger long after treatment is...More
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What Happens During a Mammogram?
FAQ's: Getting a mammogram - Do you need one? What happens during the procedure? Get the info you...More
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SLIDESHOW: A Visual Guide to Breast Cancer
Breast cancer today is not what it was 20 years ago. Survival rates are climbing, thanks to greater...More
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Fish Oil Linked to Lower Breast Cancer Risk
A study suggests that taking omega-3 fish oil supplements may be linked to a lower risk of breast...More
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Amazing Research Information to Fight Cancer
My wife was recently diagnosed with what the doctors still debate over as a "unique case of DCIS". Her journey...More
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Breast Cancer Patients Can Be Spared Extra Surgery
WebMD has published an article discussing a study which shows removal of additional Lymph nodes may...More
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Beth's Journey
Rich in inspiration and encouragement, this blog is written by a Christian psychologist who is an 18-year...More
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Getting Organized: CANCER101.ORG
In short, visit CANCER101.ORG which is a nonprofit organization which provides cancer patients with planners...More
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Alternative consumer self-test device for early detection of breast cancer?
This may be an interesting personalized alternative for early detection to then be verified through Breast MRI/Mammography: Eclipse, ... More
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