With the pandemic still swirling around us, is it safe to get a mammogram right now? Get the answer from a diagnostic radiology specialist.
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with breast cancer, you may be wondering how fast it can spread. An oncologist breaks down what factors may contribute to the spread of breast cancer, plus the outlook for slowing and preventing cancer growth.
If your doctor has told you that your breast cancer has spread, you may be wondering what that means and where the cancer will go. Here an oncologist discusses where breast cancer is most likely to spread and how the type of breast cancer can play a role.
If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, here are 14 questions you should ask your doctor to more actively participate in your care.
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Not only is exercise and a healthy diet a great way to boost your overall health, but this powerful duo also lowers your risk of developing breast cancer.
You don’t necessarily expect pain in your breasts, so when it happens, you question what’s causing it. Find out how common it is — and what to do about it.
Told you have PASH? The good news is that it’s a lot more common than you think. Find out what exactly it is and what you need to know about treatment — if it needs to be treated at all.
Intense breast pain, swelling and redness may indicate a bacterial infection called mastitis, which is especially common in breastfeeding women. Here’s why it happens and why it’s worth a call to the doctor.
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.
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.