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April 20, 2007
Patients benefit from ease and success of modern breast cancer screening.
The mainstays of screening for recurrent breast cancer remains physical exams and mammography, although researchers are looking for better ways to predict and find recurrences.
As data emerge from a surge of new therapies, doctors combine the best of the best.
Women need [and are now getting] more than medical care to heal from breast cancer.
Breast cancer prevention meets success with new agents and a new thinking.
Some breast cancer patients are finding help with their diagnosis in patient navigators—a person who has been trained to serve as a personal guide through cancer.
Changes in lifestyle can impact cancer prevention.
Cartoonist Marisa Acocella Marchetto, author of Cancer Vixen, shares her journey through breast cancer through her drawings.
A guide to how breast cancers are staged, from in situ (stage 0) to metastatic (stage IV).
A once frightening diagnosis, inflammatory breast cancer now has treatment options.
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