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A Mom With Stage IV Breast Cancer

Ann is the single mother of two children; her son has cerebral palsy. When she was diagnosed with cancer, Ann didn't even have health insurance — but she's been a fighter from day one.

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Susan's Story

I was 47 years old. After my zumba class, I took a shower and felt a hard pea sized bump in my breast. I called to get a mammogram the next day because it was a few weeks away from my annual. They said I had to wait til it was due. Luckily my gynocologist got me in that day. That same week I had seen an attorney about filing for divorce…

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Inflammatory breast cancer is often misdiagnosed in women.Inflammatory Breast Cancer Often Misdiagnosed

As many as one in every three women are misdiagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer, one of the most rare and aggressive forms of the disease.

Some women may be able to reduce the recurrence of breast cancer by taking aspirin and NSAIDs.Aspirin May Reduce Breast Cancer Recurrence in Overweight Women

According to a new study by London's Queen Mary University, obese women who are breast cancer survivors may dramatically decrease their chances of recurrence by regularly taking aspirin or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

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Can having children increase your risk of breast cancer? Turns out, it’s not so much about having kids as when you have them. Dr. Jay Harness elaborates in the video below. Take a look! BCS_Blog_C1_Responsive

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Esther’s cat Buddy is part of her family. She would feed him when he was a stray cat in her neighborhood, and she eventually coaxed him into the house, where he’s remained ever since. She saved his life, and he has since returned the favor. Esther kept putting off her mammogram, thinking she was low...

Elderly women may benefit from having a mammogram to detect breast cancer.Older Women May Benefit From Mammograms

A new study by the Swedish Cancer Institute found that women age 75 and older may benefit from having an annual mammogram

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