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Imagine a bra that could help detect breast cancer. Eighteen-year-old Julian Rios Cantu did more than imagine it. He assembled a team and came up with a prototype. Cantu’s research was inspired by his mother’s battle with the disease. Now … Continue reading

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It’s not uncommon for a patient receiving a breast cancer diagnosis to experience a significant increase in anxiety levels, depression and fear. Beyond the diagnosis, treatment can radically change the way your body looks and feels, causing a shift in … Continue reading

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It’s often viewed as a woman’s disease, but the American Cancer Society says about 2,500 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year and about 500 die. One Santa Ana [California] construction worker wants men to wake up to the … Continue reading

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Dr. Jay K. Harness, a globally-recognized breast cancer surgeon specializing in breast-preserving operations for over 30 years, including the multi-disciplinary approach to breast cancer diagnosis, care and treatment, recently shared his philosophy of breast health, explaining he believes breast cancer … Continue reading

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As a newly diagnosed breast cancer patient, what can you do to make the most out of your appointments with your medical team? In this video, breast cancer specialist Dr. Jay Harness provides answers. Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit … Continue reading

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Over the past few decades, as breast cancer has increasingly been treated as a systemic disease, the number of surgeries performed on the most serious cases has plummeted, as reported in The Washington Post: With better drugs and radiation techniques … Continue reading

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On this special day, we are reminded of the words of Henry David Thoreau: “I am grateful for what I am and have. My thanksgiving is perpetual… Happy Thanksgiving. Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about … Continue reading

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As we wrote last week, breast cancer surgeon and profession leader Dr. Jay Harness spent the week in Yerevan, Armenia, with his colleague Dr. Arthur Salibian, at the Armenian American Wellness Center. The Center promotes early and accurate detection of … Continue reading

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