Fear of mammograms keeps some women from cancer checks. And while mammograms aren't perfect, you're better off having one than avoiding them and ending up with cancer.
Doctors receive guidance about side effects of a treatment for breast cancer, a group of oral drugs that show promise for other cancers. Here’s what you should know.
Long after treatment is finished, many breast cancer survivors feel miserably tired — but stimulating pressure points boosts energy. Here's what you should know.
Intensity modulated radiation therapy treats breast cancer with precise radiation doses, keeping exposure to normal tissues at a minimum. Learn more.
Here's what breast cancer feels like and how patients find relief for pain from breast cancer treatment, including post-mastectomy pain syndrome.
The decline in deaths from breast cancer among younger women has stalled. Consider having earlier mammograms if you are at risk. Here's what you should know.
Women often don’t know what to expect from treatment for early-stage breast cancer, and too many are not discussing side effects with their doctors.
Breast cancer is often treated with a mastectomy — removal of the breast. But cancer in one breast doesn’t mean you need to lose the other. Learn more.
Women with a BRCA1 genetic mutation are at risk for an aggressive form of breast cancer. But immunotherapies may beat BRCA1 cancer. Here's what you should know.