It’s an all too common assumption to think there could be a connection between breast bruising and breast cancer. Many women may notice a lump developing after an unexpected trauma to her breast, so what do they do and what should they expect when this happens?
When it comes to cancer hearing the word benign is a good thing! Benign means non-cancerous, plain and simple. Watch as Dr. Jay Harness describes the meaning of benign and what types of tumors and lymph nodes they categorize as non-cancerous. Knowledge is power!
The thought of what to expect when you visit your radiation oncologist for the first time may be daunting. But Dr. Brian Lawenda talks about what you should expect and what information you’ll receive to make the most of your time spent with them.
We’ve all heard of different remedies, preventative measures, or sure-fire solutions to help us avoid or fight breast cancer. But have you heard about flaxseed lowering the risk for breast cancer?
This week on the BreastCancerAnswers LIVE Google+ Hangout, they will be discussing breast cancer risk & the environment! Dr. Harness will be sitting down with Dr. Victoria Maizes, the Executive Director for Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
Cellphones, we all have them but are they dangerous to a woman’s health? Many of us women find ourselves placing our cell phones in our bra, and reports have claimed there may be a connection to it and the rise of breast cancer in that area. This possibly could be due to the energy put out by the cell phone having a carcinogenic effect.
We hear many stories of women who are affected by breast cancer each day, but this is a disease that doesn’t affect only women but men too.