It's been nearly 11 months since I had my prophylactic bilateral mastectomy and TRAM Flap reconstruction and I'm finally getting another update about my health and the effects of my surgery.
Keep abreast of new research for healthy life. One out of seven women will develop breast cancer in life. Risk factors are high hormone levels, obesity, lethargy, diet, heredity, smoking, drinking...
Ann Jillian is a breast cancer survivor and so are 1,000s of other women in all fields of life.
A light-hearted guide to what to expect during your first mammogram.
The new 3D mammogram emits higher radiation but offers improved imaging. The mammo decision has become increasingly complicated because every screening tool has plusses and minuses.
Pink Ribbons are designed to increase awareness of breast cancer. But what we really need is a cure.
A new friend, a breast cancer survivor, recently wrote to me and asked what advice I had to offer anyone preparing for a TRAM Flap surgery. I realized, I've been writing about my experience of having this barbaric...
This hub on Multiple Choice Questions on Breast Cancer is prepared for medical, nursing and paramedical students. In your practice, you are sure to come across patients with breast cancer as the incid
For women, it ranks up there as one of the scariest moments in life. For men...well let's just say it ranks up there as one of the scariest moments in life.
Breast fibroadenomas are at least ten times more common than breast cancer. They are benign tumours in the breast which present as smooth mobile swellings to the patient. Often they are spherical or oval in shape. They...