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Dense breast tissue - but really painful Loujay 3/24/2017
itchy breast with burning sensation ladybug1970 3/10/2017
New here- My mother in law has breast cancer modooley 3/8/2017
Breast Pain FearBug 2/18/2017
Meta plastic breast cancer Lanie 1/31/2017
Staph infection in left breast which has been diagnosed as cancer Grandmaskyhawk 1/16/2017
Burning sensation around breasts Kiki79 1/12/2017
Severe breast pain Sarah19842010 12/30/2016
Thickening around breast Deborah Aldred 11/9/2016
Strange symptoms in left breast Roostergal 11/2/2016
Rash on breast? Please help! BlaiddDrwg 10/14/2016
burning breast pain especially behind my areola and nipple Jasflower 7/26/2016
Breast changes amandanball 7/15/2016
New to this thread, Benign Lumpectomy Left Breast in 2011 Recoveryme2day 6/5/2016
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New Breast Cancer Treatments Save More Lives
New drugs, new treatments, and better diagnostic techiques have improved the outlook for many women facing breast cancer.
A New Start : Breast Reconstruction After Cancer
The goal of breast recongstruction after mastectomy is to replace not just the breast but any self-esteem or sense of femininity perceived to be lost.
The Truth About Breast Thermography
Breast thermography is an unregulated diagnostic procedure which uses highly specialized infra red cameras to measure the heat coming from the body.
Feeling Whole Again
After a taking a biopsy confirming Stage I cancer, general surgeon Laurence Gibson, MD, gave Kathi three options: a lumpectomy to remove just the lump, removal of the affected breast or removal of both breasts.
Book Excerpt : Woman to Woman - A Handbook for Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer
This new book, by two breast cancer survivors, hopes to guide patients by drawing on their own experience.
Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer: It's Your Choice
Genetic testing may indicate if you have an increased risk of developing breast cancer, but there are many things to think about before getting tested.
Breast Cancer and Pregnancy
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women who are pregnant or have just had a baby, occuring in about 1 in 3,000 pregnancies.
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