Symptoms and Diagnosis
Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Decisions
Take the time to get all your questions answered, and don´t hesitate to get a second opinion. You owe it to yourself!
Finding a lump can be terrifying, but cysts are usually harmless. Find out what to do if you think you have one.
Do I Need a Mammogram?
Are mammograms worth the risk? How accurate are they? Are there other/better screening tools?
Inflammatory Breast Cancer
Inflammatory breast cancer ("IBC") is an aggressive form of breast cancer, and the symptoms are different than the lump or abnormal mammogram results that most of us are familiar with. Find out what to look for.
Is DCIS Breast Cancer?
What is DCIS? Is it really breast cancer? Do I need treatment?
Male Breast Cancer
Truly a silent killer, male breast cancer strikes more men than we realize. Why not think outside the (pink) box, and learn all we can about the world of breast cancer that doesn't get so much publicity.
National Cancer Institute [offsite link]
Website of the National Cancer Institute. Easy to understand articles explain the various types of cancer diagnoses.
Thermography and Breast Cancer
Thermography is a screening method that measures differences in temperature of a woman’s breast tissue, and often can detect subtle, pre-cancerous changes long before they appear on a mammogram. Should you consider thermography?
Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) tumors do not express any of the three significant markers that other breast cancers do. They are aggressive (high grade) tumors, and the survival rate for this breast cancer subtype is much lower than for other types of breast cancer.
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