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Breast Cancer Detection

Does The NFL's Pink October Actually Help Breast Cancer Research?

The Huffington Post | Rahel Gebreyes | Posted 10.15.2015 | Sports

Each October, the NFL gets a pink makeover, splashing the rosy color on apparel, logos and the field itself for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month...

Computers Don't Detect Breast Cancer Better Than Doctors

Associated Press | Erin Schumaker | Posted 09.29.2015 | Healthy Living

CHICAGO (AP) -- Computer-assisted detection used in most U.S. mammograms adds no benefit to breast cancer screening while substantially increasing cos...

The Myths That Keep Women From Breast Reconstruction After Cancer

Reuters | Posted 02.21.2015 | Healthy Living

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Misconceptions may be keeping many women from getting breast reconstruction after a mastectomy, ev...

Early Detection Options for Breast Cancer

Tory Zellick | Posted 08.17.2013 | Healthy Living
Tory Zellick

Conventional medicine advises that we start getting annual mammograms at age 40. And yet, as I have come to understand, mammograms have a difficult time detecting cancer in small, dense, young breast tissue.

Prevention of Breast Cancer: An Urgent Priority

Lynn R. Goldman | Posted 02.22.2013 | Healthy Living
Lynn R. Goldman

We are all exposed to environmental factors that might ratchet up the risk of cancer. This report offers all of us the hope of staving off a substantial number of breast cancer cases in the coming decades.

A Lifesaving Tip: What to Demand at Your Next Mammogram

Nina Montée Karp | Posted 12.05.2012 | Women
Nina Montée Karp

You'd never drive a car without a seatbelt or bolt across a street without looking both ways, right? These steps help you avoid potentially devastating risks. But did you know that when getting a mammogram, you can do one simple thing that may sidestep a potential side effect?

Latest in Breast Cancer Radiation Therapy (VIDEO)

Kathy Plesser, MD | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Kathy Plesser, MD

Breast conservation consists of a lumpectomy followed by radiation therapy. Dr. Alvarado describes who is a candidate for a multi-institutional trial.