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10 Things to Know About Radiation

Woman on a hospital bed awaiting radiation

Radiation is an often-used breast cancer treatment. Despite its regular use, it doesn't get talked about as much as chemo or mastectomy. Here's what you need to know! »

Tiki Saved Me

I was reading a book and my cat Tiki was sleeping on my lap. She woke up, and started to knead my left breast (which she had never done before). She was very gentle, and it didn't hurt, so I let her continue. This went on for about 15 minutes, and Tiki had this very intense look on her face. Suddenly…

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Why Is This Being Ignored?

This minimally invasive breast cancer treatment lasts 30 minutes, the only after-care required is a Band-Aid, and it's not very costly. Why isn't this in the U.S.?

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