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Increasing exercise and decreasing body fat can reduce your risk for breast cancer. Learn more in this short answer from a breast cancer oncologist.
More women in their 40s are choosing breast implants. But are there special considerations to be aware of? Find out, from how mammograms work to accompanying breast lifts.
Our expert explains why a particular side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine mirrors a breast cancer symptom.
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