The earlier doctors detect breast cancer through screening, the brighter the outlook for patients. How much do you know about breast cancer screening?
In honor of International Women’s Day, here are some recommended health screenings for women throughout their lives.
A study finds that younger women are developing advanced stage breast cancer. It’s more important than ever to start paying attention to your breast health early.
In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, we asked Cleveland Clinic caregivers about the memories they have that they wouldn’t want to lose. Katherine Lee, MD, remembers an early breast cancer diagnosis that saved her patient’s life.
We're counting down the top 10 medical innovations for 2013, picked by our doctors and researchers. Up next: 3-D mammograms can detect breast cancer better than ever.
Is 60 really the new 40? Holly L. Thacker, MD, talks about ways to keep feeling good well into your 60s.
Ask questions and get answers about breast cancer prevention, treatment and survivorship from Cleveland Clinic physicians during a live webchat Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, at noon (ET).
Ask questions and get answers about breast cancer from a Cleveland Clinic physician during a live webchat Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, at noon (ET).
If you’re a woman with an increased risk for breast cancer, you may want to consider more than a mammogram. A new study finds getting an ultrasound screening and an MRI, along with a mammogram, may detect additional cancers.
The best thing a woman can do when it comes to healthcare is to follow her intuition. This tip comes from a Cleveland Clinic gynecologist who has seen thousands of patients, from girls in their teens to women in their 70s.