While there is no one definitive cause of breast cancer, some factors raise your risk. Learn about what is true and not true about breast cancer.
Avoid foods filled with fat, sugar and empty carbs and eat more greens, fruits, whole grains and lean meats and fish. That can help prevent breast cancer from returning. And watch the alcohol.
Too young for a mammogram? That doesn’t mean you can’t be proactive about your breast health
When the American Cancer Society (ACS) announced this week it had shifted its recommendations for mammography, it was sure to prompt a flurry of responses.
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The AAMC Fortney Breast Center’s Risk Assessment and Prevention (RAPP) program helps women understand and reduce their risk for breast cancer.
Men have many of the same risk factors for breast cancer as women, and they share one of the most common symptoms.
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Among top breast cancer risk factors: Being overweight, alcohol intake
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A Kennedy Cancer Center social worker and a breast cancer survivor discuss how to speak to those diagnosed with the disease.
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