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She’s a Hairdresser and Breast Cancer Survivor: ‘The...

March 1, 2021 by

As a hairdresser for more than 30 years and a “very private person,” Gabriele Bauer, 50, had her life dramatically change when she was diagnosed [...]


Swollen Lymph Nodes after COVID-19 Vaccine NOT a...

February 25, 2021 by

A small number of women have noticed enlarged lymph nodes after receiving the coronavirus vaccine and are mistaking them for a symptom of breast canc [...]


Carla Was Diagnosed with Breast Cancer — So...

October 28, 2020 by

After three of Carla Walker’s four sisters developed breast cancer, she lived with the uneasy feeling that she would be next. That feeling turned o [...]


Upgraded MammoVan: Helping More Women With Breast Cancer...

October 27, 2020 by

South Florida’s iconic, customized van that offers state-of-the-art mammograms has been upgraded with a new-generation vehicle. But the mission [...]


Breast Cancer and the Pandemic: Continuing Your Treatment

October 12, 2020 by

COVID-19 positivity rates are declining. Schools and restaurants are re-opening. And while most people are anxious to get back to “normal,” if yo [...]


At 32, She Faced Rare Triple-Negative Breast Cancer:...

October 9, 2020 by

‘Surreal’ is the word Jessica Duemig uses to describe the news that changed her life. “I was 32 with no family history of breast cancer. The di [...]


12 Common Breast Cancer Myths Dispelled

October 8, 2020 by

So, you’re on top of your breast health. Great! You understand your risk factors. You do your monthly self-exams and get your yearly mammogram. And [...]


Breast Cancer: Risks, Prevention and ‘Previvors’

October 6, 2020 by

As we recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, host 

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