When a Cough Turns Out to Be More Than Just a Cough

Listening to my body and insisting on a chest X-ray led to early detection

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How I Got My Sexual Groove Back After Surviving Breast Cancer

I've learned that honest conversations about how breast cancer treatment affects your sexual health should be a part of every treatment plan.

Real Women, Real Stories

Finding Support to Get Through Metastatic Breast Cancer

Working with horses helped me cope with my life-changing diagnosis

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My Decision to Remove My Breast Implants

I loved my implants for a long time, but they no longer fit my lifestyle

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My Perspective on the Most Challenging Time in My Life: My Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

Having a serious illness can change your outlook

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My Large Breasts Used to Hold Me Back: How I’m Loving Life After My Breast Reduction

Having smaller breasts has made my world bigger

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There Are Silver Linings from My Breast Cancer Journey

No one wants to get breast cancer, but if you do, if helps to focus on the positives

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A Breast Lift Saved My Life

I'm grateful my breast lift procedure led me catch my breast cancer early

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The Breast Cancer Burden for Black Women

Black women are less likely to develop breast cancer but face a higher risk of early occurrence and death. Here's how to improve the odds.

Prevention & Screenings

Understand Your Density; Control Your Destiny. Take This Quiz

Nearly half of all women age 40 and older who get mammograms are found to have dense breasts. Are you one of them?

Breast Cancer

Do You Have Dense Breasts? Knowing Your Status Could Make a Difference in Your Breast Cancer Screening

Dense breast tissue can make it more difficult to detect breast cancer. It's your right to know your status

Prevention & Screenings

Rita Wilson Is on a Mission

Wilson and her husband, Tom Hanks, contracted COVID-19 in March; now she's partnered with the American Nurses Association to urge Americans to get their flu shot

Prevention & Screenings

Hair Dye and Cancer: Is There a Connection?

Researchers conducted a large new study of women who used permanent hair dye or straighteners, or applied straighteners. Learn what they discovered.

Your Health

Could a Blood Test for Breast Cancer Become a Reality?

There's early promise in the quest for a blood test that might spot breast cancer up to five years before clinical signs of the disease appear.

Your Health

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Learn how you can help support breast cancer research, lower your breast cancer risk, and the latest breast cancer health headlines.

Your Health