Monthly Archives: October 2011

Lisa Schneider-Cipriano, a television personality in Phoenix, recently shared her story of the importance of knowing what to ask, and know, when first faced with a breast cancer diagnosis, in a two part series at these links. Since then Lisa … Continue reading

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According to a report in the New York Times: The breast cancer drug letrozole reduces the chances that a woman’s cancer will return and improves her odds of survival to a greater degree than tamoxifen, a widely used estrogen blocker, … Continue reading

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As a new service to our readers, Dr. Jay Harness recently launched his YouTube channel and a companion site, BreastCancerAnswers.com. At this new site, discover a series of videos discussing what every newly diagnosed breast cancer patient should do to … Continue reading

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As reported in the New York Times, British researchers reveal that radiation therapy prevents breast cancer recurrences for a longer time and saves more lives than was generally recognized: Radiation treatment after surgery for breast cancer significantly lowers the risk … Continue reading

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A new online resource, MyReconstructionRights.org, offers women with breast cancer a wealth of information about their rights to reconstructive surgery following mastectomies. The federal Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998 requires group health insurance plans that cover mastectomies … Continue reading

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One year ago Lisa Schneider-Cipriano, co-host of Morning Scramble, a morning news/talk show of AZ*TV in Phoenix, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Watch and listen at how Lisa’s pathway to good care and treatment unfolded, in this interview with Michelle … Continue reading

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One year ago Lisa Schneider-Cipriano, co-host of Morning Scramble, a morning news/talk show of AZ*TV in Phoenix, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Like many women, Lisa reacted as a “deer in the headlights,” in panic and anxiety. Upon receiving her … Continue reading

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Un buen recurso en línea para un gran número de preguntas sobre el cáncer de mama aparece en BreastCancer.org. De hecho, nos referimos a esta página periódicamente durante esta Conversación. Esta página también está incluida en nuestro blogroll, apareciendo en … Continue reading

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