Posts Tagged “breast cancer”

Do you know your breasts?

  It seems like a silly question. But think about it, when was the last time you closely examined your breasts? We just had a patient in here the other day who noticed a small mole on her breast and said, “Hmmm, I’ve never noticed that before!”  What is interesting about Breast Cancer Awareness month, […]

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5 FAQ’s About Breast Self-Exams

Whether you’re a young lady in your early 20’s or a middle-aged woman going through menopause, breast self-examinations should be an important part of your routine. Regularly conducted breast self-exams (BSEs) can help you detect changes or problems with your breasts before they become a threat to your health. Here are explanations to five frequently […]

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The Top 4 Forms of Cancer Found in Women (And What You Can do to Prevent Them)

  Cancer is a threat to everyone. However, there are a few types of cancer that are especially common in women. The good news is, you don’t have to wait around worrying about if or when you’ll get cancer. There are measures you can take to monitor and reduce your chances of getting cancer. Here […]

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