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Breast Cancer

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Breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer. Because there are many different types of breast cancer and several ways to treat the disease, CURE Connections wants to answer the questions you might have following a recent diagnosis. Throughout this program, you will hear about the different testing procedures that are available for screening, what to do once diagnosed, and how to find the best possible care team, from expert oncologists and breast cancer patients.
Doris Cardwell
"All cancers deserve the attention that breast cancer gets in October. To my brothers and sisters with 'non-pink' cancer and other diseases: it does not mean we don't care."
Laura Yeager
Could this cough be a sign that cancer has gone to my lungs?
Matt Coffey, Ph.D.
Although breast cancer is commonly diagnosed in the United States, patients are left with unmet needs.
Bonnie Annis
Breast Cancer Awareness month occurs every October. Commonly known as Pinktober, it affects survivors of breast cancer in different ways. In this post, one survivor shares her perspective.
Dr. Sara Hurvitz
When making treatment decisions in breast cancer, patient concerns about how each treatment will affect their daily life — and their disease stage — have an important role to play, according to Dr. Sara Hurvitz.
Susan G. Komen Florida
Komen vows to drive breakthroughs for the most-deadly breast cancers and educate those who believe breast cancers are easily treated or always curable.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
For Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day on October 13th, 2019, here’s a round-up of fast facts and the latest news and updates in this disease space.
Martha Carlson
A prolonged and doctor-sanctioned respite from scans gave one woman time to re-evaluate her life with metastatic breast cancer.
Felicia Mitchell
It is hard for me to have regrets, especially when it comes to cancer treatment. I am thankful for every step of my journey. At the same time, voicing a few of my regrets after all this time might help others. A cancer patient needs as much information as possible to make the journey work.
Katie Kosko
A four-time breast cancer survivor and winner of CURE®’s art cover contest shares what drives her passion.
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