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Wendy Freden was diagnosed with stage 1A multifocal invasive breast cancer when she was 44, after feeling a lump in her breast. Now, at 45, she’s cancer free, but getting there took a lot of difficult decisions. In a post … Continue reading

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Because many women struggle to find the perfect post-mastectomy sports bra once they return to their old fitness routines, Athleta has designed a new bra to make women in recovery or remission far more comfortable, in this report from Cosmopolitan … Continue reading

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There are many factors to consider when facing breast cancer, including deciding on a course of treatment and potential surgery and reconstruction, as reported in this media link. Now, a new study suggests the type of surgery used to treat … Continue reading

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Doctors and medical organizations often advise that past a certain age, older adults can forgo various screening tests for cancer. But many patients, no matter how old or sick they may be, are reluctant to abandon tests they’ve long been … Continue reading

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Breast cancer can have an impact on many aspects of your daily life. While every woman copes with her diagnosis differently, breast cancer blogs can provide you information about the latest breast cancer breakthroughs, educational information, and support. In addition … Continue reading

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Surgeons performing mastectomies can offer a form of the procedure – labeled nipple-sparing mastectomy – allowing women to retain the nipple for use in breast reconstruction. Now, a reassuring study finds that nipple sparing mastectomy doesn’t raise a woman’s risk … Continue reading

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“Chemo drunk is a feeling I can’t justly describe with words and adjectives.” So begins this first person breast cancer account appearing in Breast Cancer News, authored by Susan Miller, who also writes for her personal cancer blog. The author … Continue reading

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.mcclatchy-embed{position:relative;padding:40px 0 56.25%;height:0;overflow:hidden;max-width:100%}.mcclatchy-embed iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%} . While a cancer diagnoses is traumatic in the moment, too often patients are left traumatized afterward by their encounter with cancer. Cancer patients commonly walk away from life-saving chemotherapy and radiation treatments having developed post-traumatic … Continue reading

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