For the Girls: Stages of

September 24, 2020

The language and protocols for determining the various stages of breast cancer can be daunting to understand. The breast cancer staging system, called the TNM system, is overseen by the

For the Girls: Breast Cancer

August 26, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that the risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19 is low for most people. However, it's very important to know that people

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Facts and Figures

June 9, 2020

Want to do a deep dive into the latest statistics about breast cancer? Take a look at this extensive report, full of the most recent data about breast cancer. This

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For the Girls: The Role

May 6, 2020

Source: MD Anderson Cancer Center Can as little as one alcoholic drink a day raise your breast cancer risk? Studies say yes. But does that mean you should steer clear

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Donating Blood

April 4, 2020

For some people, there’s no thinking twice when it comes to donating blood. They see the need and they stop by a blood drive. For cancer survivors, the process isn’t

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Facts About Remission

March 1, 2020

If you’re no longer seeing the signs or feeling the symptoms of your cancer, you may be in remission. But it’s important to note that remission, according to the National

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Genetic Testing & Breast Cancer

February 11, 2020

Source: National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. Cancer is a family affair. If you’ve been diagnosed yourself, it’s possible that a loved one could have a higher potential for similar complications.