A radiation oncologist says the breast cancer myth that aluminum in antiperspirant can promote the growth of estrogen-positive breast cancer isn’t rooted in strong science.
Traditional and 3D mammograms are the best tools for breast cancer screening. But sometimes other kinds of breast imaging are needed — particularly when breast tissue is dense.
If you choose breast implants for reconstruction, it’s important to know that they don’t always last forever. Plastic surgeon Graham Schwarz, MD, explains.
What’s the best diet when you have breast cancer? Can you ever skip chemo? How can you support a friend with breast cancer? Discover tips, mythbusters and more (and remember to get your mammogram, too.)
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Not sure when to see the doctor about a breast lump? Find answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Surgical breast oncologist Stephanie Valente, DO, fields this one.
A recent study finds that thousands of women with a common type of early-stage breast cancer can safely avoid chemotherapy. Hormone therapy alone after surgery offers similar outcomes.
Research suggests having a low level of Vitamin D increases your risk of breast cancer. But do you know how much is enough? Breast specialist Holly Pederson, MD, explains.
The FDA has approved a direct-to-consumer DNA self-test for breast cancer mutations. Is this test worthwhile, and is it right for you? A breast specialist weighs in.
Do you know the truth about breast lumps, pain and nipple discharge? Dr. Holly Pederson sheds light on the top five breast health myths she hears from her patients.
Developed at Cleveland Clinic, nipple-sparing mastectomy has helped some patients achieve a more natural-looking result. A new technique promises to make it available to more women with even better outcomes.