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Gene Testing for Breast Cancer

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Actress Angelina Jolie recently disclosed that she underwent a double mastectomy in Feb. 2013 to reduce her chances of developing breast cancer. She will also receive multiple surgeries over the next two months to reconstruct her breasts. Jolie made the announcement in an editorial that appeared in the May 13, 2013 edition of the New […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness for the Whole Year

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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but increasing awareness and education is a year-round pursuit. Women in the U.S. get breast cancer more than any other kind of cancer except for skin cancer, even though breast cancer awareness has become a standard part of health education. And breast cancer doesn’t target a certain group […]

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Adolescence: Key Time to Lower Breast Cancer Risk?

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Although breast cancer most commonly occurs later in life, research suggests that it develops and progresses over the course of a lifetime. Studies now indicate that lifestyle habits during adolescence may significantly affect risk of breast cancer later in life. Cancer anywhere in the body begins with damage to the DNA of genes within particular […]

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Breast Cancer

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Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer of women, and the second leading cause of cancer deaths among American women between 40 and 55 years of age. Regular mammography and clinical breast exams are essential for early detection of breast cancer. For women between 50 and 69 years of age, having regular mammograms can […]

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A Diagnosis of Cancer

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Look Forward With Hope As we live longer lives, more and more people are likely to get cancer. There are, however, millions of Americans who have been diagnosed and successfully treated for cancer. Today, they are alive and well. Better, and regular, screening tests have helped detect cancer at its earliest and most treatable stages. […]

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