Breast Cancer Screenings Remain a Woman's Burden

Not to brag, but I have dense fibrous breasts. They have held up over time. However, dense breasts also increase the likelihood of developing cancer. Last year, I found a lump and was ordered to have a mammogram and an ultrasound. It turned out to be a cyst, but they saw other “things” and were like, this is so […]

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Breast Year in Review: Top 5 News Stories of 2013

The Breast Life’s top 5 news stories of 2013 have much in common with a great well-padded, push up bra. They lift the boob dialogue to new heights, but when you take a closer look, you find something interesting but quite different underneath. Here are my picks for the most curious breast news stories of […]

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Breast Cancer Screening: Who Profits from Early Detection?

When Angelina Jolie revealed she carried the breast cancer gene, the world learned about the $3,000 price tag attached to BRCA testing. But gene mutations represent a small percentage of breast cancer cases, and 85% of women diagnosed have no family history of the disease. Who pays for their breast cancer screening? Since women rely […]

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