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Trust Your Instincts
After delivering my fourth child my OBGYN joked with me and said, if you intend on nursing her you'll never have to worry about breast cancer. For years I thought the same thing. I nursed four children, had no genetic history and was only 39 when I felt a nagging suspicion that something was wrong…
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What do you do when your diagnostic studies are normal, but you aren't?
On June 12, 2014, I had my annual mammogram. Later that day, I found a rubbery lump in my right breast. Three days later, I learned (by letter) that my mammogram was normal...
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The Henderson family is back with another parody! This time they have one just for Thanksgiving, based off of Megan Trainor's pop hit "All About That Bass."
The Lao community in the Twin Cities is getting help to get the breast cancer screening they need thanks to the Lao Assistance Center and Chongchith Saengsudham.
The Breast Density and Mammography Reporting Act would require physicians to inform patients if they have dense breasts, in order to better serve their preventative and diagnostic healthcare needs.
Treating her breast cancer could have destroyed her hopes of becoming a mother one day so Sarah Lien postponed chemotherapy to get fertility treatment and have her eggs harvested.
During a photo shoot, Dawn relates her experience as a breast cancer patient and survivor. Today's she's cancer free and looking forward to living her life!