by MedMaven Updated 10/2022
A Womans Health has been working to increase the public understanding of breast cancer, raise awareness of the importance of screening and prevention, and facilitate access to new treatment options and improve survivorship since 1997. The American Cancer Society estimates that over 210,000 individuals will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States during 2021, with approximately 2,000 new cases expected in men. After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women.1
Screening, Early Detection and Prevention
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- Why Breast Density Matters
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- 3D Mammography Improves Detection
Treatment & Management
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- Newly Diagnosed - Tips From an Expert
- Breast Cancer Treatment - An Overview
- Know the Facts About Breast Cancer Reconstruction
- Did You Know Acupuncture Plays a Role in the Management of Breast Cancer?
- Fertility After Breast Cancer Treatment?
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Survivorship & Some of Our Favorite Survivor Stories
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- Survivorship 101 - Breast Cancer Survivors Share Their Stories
- Living Beyond Breast Cancer
- American Cancer Society. Cancer Facts and Figures 2017. Available here. (Accessed September 2018).