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Breast Cancer

When it comes to breast cancer, awareness is key. What are the signs and symptoms of breast cancer? What are the treatment options? Find answers here.

Introduction

Awareness is key when it comes to keeping your breasts healthy. So, it's important to know the facts and to learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of breast cancer early.

Learn about common signs and symptoms, the different types of breast cancer, plus the latest treatment options.

You'll also uncover the risk factors of breast cancer and learn the importance of regular screenings, as well as how certain diet and lifestyle choices may play a role in helping you stay healthy.

Talk with your healthcare provider (HCP) about any worries you have about breast health. By working together, you can find a way to stay on the path to wellness.

Signs of Breast Cancer

Signs of Breast Cancer

Maybe you have a family history of cancer. Perhaps you noticed a lump or swelling and you're worried. Whatever brings you here, learn the facts about breast cancer, including common and lesser-known signs and symptoms and when it might be time to see your HCP.

Testing for Breast Cancer

Testing for Breast Cancer

What happens during a mammogram or ultrasound? What about a biopsy? Learn what to expect from breast cancer screening and get information about the different tests that may give your HCP a closer look at your condition.

Breast Cancer Risk Factors

Are obesity and alcohol consumption risk factors for breast cancer? What about age and genetics? Get answers to your questions about breast cancer, learn what may increase your risk, and find out if there's anything you can do to lower it.

Treatment of Breast Cancer

Treatment of Breast Cancer

How is breast cancer treated? Get the facts about radiation, chemotherapy, lumpectomy, mastectomy, and other common procedures that treat breast cancer so you can discuss your options with your HCP.

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