Whether you or a loved one has just been diagnosed with breast cancer, this information includes details about types of cancer, different tests, treatment options, and questions to ask your healthcare provider. READ MORE

With a Little Help from Our Friends

In honor of National Girlfriends Day, here's a look into how our friendships enrich our lives

Self-Care & Mental Health

25-Year-Long Study of Black Women Links Frequent Use of Lye-Based Hair Relaxers to a Higher Risk of Breast Cancer

The elevated risk for the heaviest users of lye-based hair products – which included about 20% of study participants – is concerning

Lifestyle

Breast Cancer: Hormone Receptors & Triple Negative Breast Cancers

Knowing your breast cancer subtype is important for understanding your treatment options

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Metastatic Breast Cancer Treatment Was Destroying My Spirit — Until I Tapped Into My Colombian Roots and Alternative Medicine

When my breast cancer spread to my bones, I realized it was time for a more holistic approach. Now I'm living my best life ever.

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Your Guide to Breast Health

From the experts at HealthyWomen, this new one-stop hub will help you understand your breasts from the inside out, offering up-to-date information on all aspects of breast health

Your Health

Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

Roughly 155,00 women in the U.S. are living with metastatic breast cancer. Here's what you need to know.

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8 New Year’s Resolutions To Improve Your Health

As you say good riddance to 2020, say hello to a healthier 2021

Your Wellness

Breast Reconstruction

Women may choose to undergo breast reconstructive surgery after removal of their breasts due to breast cancer. There are two main options: breast implants, using silicone shells filled with silicone gel or saline, or autologous reconstruction, using your fat and tissue to shape a new breast.

Your Health

Breast Cancer Screening & Testing

Breast cancers can start in different parts of the breast, with the cells forming a tumor that can often be seen on an X-ray or felt as a lump.

Prevention & Screenings

Una Nueva Esperanza para el Cáncer de Mama Incurable

El diagnóstico de cáncer incurable puede ser abrumador, pero los nuevos tratamientos permiten que las mujeres vivan más tiempo

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