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Everyone knows hot pink stands for breast cancer. The second-leading cause of cancer death among women has given rise to perhaps the most effective anti-cancer campaign in U.S. history. But widespread public awareness hasn’t decreased misperceptions about breast cancer and … Continue reading

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“I don’t have breast cancer. I’ve waited to hear those words for nearly six months, after a suspicious mammogram led to a host of other tests and procedures. Each round of results revealed more about what was causing the abnormalities. … Continue reading

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In 2012 over 1.8 million people in the United States and Canada were diagnosed with breast and other cancers. Mom’s Cancer is one family’s story of how family and patient are affected by a cancer diagnosis and treatment. As described … Continue reading

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A report in today’s Los Angeles Times discusses two new studies indicating women who have a mother or sister diagnosed with breast cancer or other risk factors should have their first mammograms earlier in life: After several years of upheaval … Continue reading

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