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Though I did slowly find myself falling in love with my body, the idea of showing my breast was petrifying.
Breast implants are one way hospitals mark up prices of medical devices to increase their bottom lines.
Terry Lynn Arnold and Angela Alexander, PhD, discuss this rare, aggressive cancer that doesn’t fit the common description of breast cancer.
Women who had breast-conserving surgery rather than mastectomy report better quality of life.
About 480 men are expected to die from breast cancer this year.
Journalist Catherine Guthrie recounts her experience navigating two bouts of breast cancer and cultural expectations of femininity.
Latonya Wilson advocates for better understanding of metastatic breast cancer and more outreach to African Americans.
Don’t pity me because I got sick — but DO understand how quick the line between health and sickness can be crossed.
Every personal decision is just that — personal.
If you see me walking around with my one boob, you can just tell me, Hey, unicorn, you look awesome!
I feel that I should not have waited so long so I had to share with all of you to not wait — go for it.
I look at these pictures and I see a beautiful, dare I say “sexy,” confident woman who is not half but whole.
People will show up when you need them to. They will support the decisions you need to make. If they don’t, talk to the HR department—STAT...
Health journalist Catherine Guthrie shares why she decided to skip reconstruction.
Breast cancer recurrence and death among women who underwent breast-sparing surgery have decreased since the mid-1990s.
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