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My husband and I were planning on expanding our family after Labor Day. In June I found a lump in my right breast.
I followed through with full testing genetic panel and found out I have Li-Fraumeni. Women who have Li-Fraumeni have a 100% chance of getting a cancer in their lifetime...
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Triple Negative Breast Cancer
On Triple Negative Breast Cancer Awareness Day, we took a few moments to chat with TNBC Foundation Executive Director Hayley Dinerman about why TNBC deserves special focus, the latest progress on the research front, and how to get involved with the cause.
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The customary mother-son dance got a little unconventional at this exciting reception. See how the guests react!
Brittany is only 19 years old — and the founder of Cloud4Cancer, a program that helps improve cancer diagnostics and treatment. It’s success rate? A jaw-dropping 99.1%, and climbing. When Brittany was in tenth grade, her cousin was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had spent years cultivating her passion for coding and researching artificial intelligence,...
A biopsy is a procedure where cells are removed from a suspicious area (like a lump in your breast) to see if they are cancerous. There are three types of biopsy: fine needle aspiration (FNA or FNABx), core needle biopsy, and surgical biopsy. The following video animation guides you through the three different types, and...
Drugmaker Pfizer announced Aug. 21 that it is starting a new open-label expanded access program in the U.S. for its new medication called palbociclib.
A new proof-of-concept study publishing in the Aug. 1 edition of the Journal of Clinical Oncology reported that a round of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) that takes 3 minutes is just as effective as one that takes 21 minutes when screening for breast cancer.