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  • New Review Looks at the Risks and Benefits of Annual Mammograms

    New Review Looks at the Risks and Benefits from Annual Mammograms Researchers recently completed an extensive review of half a century worth of studies on the benefits and risks that are associated with getting yearly mammograms. Overall, this method of breast cancer screening is linked to a nearly 20 percent drop […]

      Yoga Helps Breast Cancer Patients Improve Quality of Life

      Yoga Helps Breast Cancer Patients Improve Quality of Life A new cancer clinical study has shown significant evidence that yoga can be used to great effect for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Researchers discovered that this form of exercise provided several benefits including: Easing pain Relieving […]

        Game-changing Breast Cancer Breakthroughs for the Year 2013

        Game-changing Breakthroughs for Breast Cancer 2013 In the last few years, breast cancer awareness campaigns have seen significant success. According to the director of Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade, Dr. Marc Hurlbert, prevention will be the primary focus for the next decade of research. This is […]

          Notable Breast Cancer Awareness Events for 2013

          Notable Breast Cancer Awareness Events 2013 Throughout October, the nation has really come together to show its support through numerous charitable events in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So, we thought it might be a great idea to provide our readers with a quick […]

            Recognizing the Symptoms of Breast Cancer

            Recognizing the Symptoms of Breast Cancer During the month of October, you’ll be hearing a lot about breast cancer awareness, and you’ll see plenty of related advertisements on TV. Some of these may encourage you to get screened or help support ongoing breast cancer research. It’s […]

              National Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2013 [INFOGRAPHIC]

              National Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2013 Infographic To show our appreciation for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) and all that it has helped to accomplish, we’d like to share this new infographic! Click on this thumbnail to see the full image: Looking at the statistics for […]

                October is Here – Time to Think Pink!

                October's Around the Corner, Time to Think Pink The first Breast Cancer Awareness Month, also referred to as BCAM, was observed in the United States in 1985. Since then, the country has emphasized the widespread importance of this month by referring to it as National Breast Cancer Awareness […]

                  Fight Breast Cancer the Natural Way

                  Combat Breast Cancer the Natural Way   Among women the world over, there aren’t many things more dreaded than breast cancer. This deadly disease not only takes a significant toll on the patient, but also all of the loved ones in their life. Most women have […]

                    Cancer Screening Guidelines

                    Can You Guess Which Cancers will be the Most Dangerous by 2030? Let’s face it, visiting the doctor’s office is not an activity that many people rank as one of their favorite things to do. So when it comes to getting screened for cancer, most people feel quite uncomfortable as their doctors […]

                      Top 5 Cancer Stories of 2012

                      2012 Cancer Stories As the year of 2012 comes to an end, we wanted to look back at some of the biggest headlines from this memorable year. Some of these stories made us cry, some made us angry, and some showed us the […]

                        Breast Cancer Treatment Options

                        Today, breast cancer treatment has two primary goals: 1. Rid the patient’s body of the cancer 2. Prevent the disease from returning First though, an oncologist will need to determine what type of treatment would be most effective for their […]

                          Recent Breakthroughs in Breast Cancer Research

                          Breast Cancer Research - Stem Cells If you or someone you love is affected by breast cancer, there is hope. Almost daily, new breakthroughs in research are being made. Stem Cells To Fight Breast Cancer Stem cell research continues to lead to new discoveries in science […]

                            Top 10 Breast Cancer Fighting Foods

                            Fight Cancer - Green Tea The Relationship Between Diet & Disease What, exactly, is the relationship between diet and disease? Can the food that you ingest on a daily basis really make a difference? Avoid Meat, Eat Plants Eat plants. This is the general consensus […]

                              Breast Cancer Awareness Month [INFOGRAPHIC]

                              Breast Cancer Awareness Month In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we put together this little infographic to give an overview of breast cancer. Click the thumbnail below to open the full image: Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in […]

                                Breast Cancer Screening – Oh How Our Views Have Changed

                                In 2009, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force officially recommended that women from the ages of 50 to 74 should get a mammogram every two years. Over the years though, women with no medical history of breast cancer risk factors […]