Tag: breast cancer

Breast Cancer Treatment Becomes Personal

Today’s breast cancer treatment has evolved into highly personalized care that begins at the molecular level and covers not only...

October 28, 2021

At 43, She’s a Breast Cancer Survivor...

“I am strong, I am determined, I am happy.” This is how Aliette Arner, 43, mother of two, describes herself....

October 27, 2021

What Every Woman Should Know About Mammograms

Mammography has advanced significantly in recent years. What sets 3D mammograms and the use of artificial intelligence apart from standard mammograms? ...

October 26, 2021

Miami Cancer Institute Expert: “You Can Reduce...

As part of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Resource editors spoke with Jane Mendez, M.D., chief of breast surgery at...

October 26, 2021

Lumpectomy or Mastectomy? Cancer Survivor Makes a...

A Jazzercise instructor for 30 years, Brenda Cavallo is best described as upbeat and energetic. But as cancer began claiming...

October 25, 2021

After Breast Cancer Journey, Survivor Gives Back

When widow Angie Taylor moved to Plantation from Maryland in 2015, she was ready to start a new chapter of...

October 19, 2021

Words of a Breast Cancer Survivor: You...

Living in Boca Raton and working for a real estate developer in Miami, Lee Ann Ryan has a busy career...

October 18, 2021

A Lifesaving Shower for Cancer Survivor

Rather than using her usual soap and a loofah in the shower, Charlenne Miranda picked up some shower gel. It...

October 14, 2021

Fear of COVID-19 Almost Leads to a...

As a clinical art therapist for Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Morgen Chesonis-Gonzalez is always diligent about getting her annual mammogram...

October 13, 2021

Examining Benign Breast Conditions

Annual screening mammograms can detect breast cancer at an early stage when it is most treatable, but often mammograms show...

October 12, 2021

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