Will You Get Breast Cancer?
Some women discover they have breast cancer because of a lump or other symptom. In others, breast cancer isn't detectable without mammograms, scans and more tests. Since breast cancer is curable when caught early enough, it's important to spot symptoms as quickly as possible.Take our breast cancer assessment
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The number of women who will get breast cancer in their lifetime
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Breast Cancer Q&As
Devon Webster, MD
Is breast pain a sign of breast cancer?
Breast pain can be associated with breast cancer. If the pain is severe, or associated with redness or swelling in the breast or dimpling of the skin, it could be a sign of inflammatory breast cancer (IBC). This type of breast cancer is very rare . . .
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- Q How is breast cancer caused by environmental hazards?
- Q Can alcohol consumption increase my risk for breast cancer?
- Q What are the different types of breast surgery?
- Q What are the symptoms of breast cancer?
- Q Who is at risk for breast cancer?
- Q How can I tell a cancerous lump from a benign lump in my breast?
- Q Are breast lumps common?
- Q How common is breast cancer?
Breast Cancer Action Plans
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Eat a High-Fiber Diet for Breast Cancer Prevention
Eating foods rich in fiber lowers breast cancer risk. Here's how to get the recommended 30 to 35 grams of fiber a day.
Do You Have Dense Breasts?
Knowing whether you have dense breasts can make all the difference in staying on top of breast cancer detection. Here's what you need to know.
Breast cancer steals far too many lives, but we're making progress in learning how to prevent, detect, treat and move on from it. Helping to spread the word are Sharecare's Top 10 Social HealthMakers in Breast Cancer. We asked them what they wish every woman (and man) knew about breast cancer.