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When you hear "breast cancer" it can actually mean one of several kinds of problems.
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Angelina Jolie's decision to undergo a double mastectomy earlier this year has other women wondering if they also should take action.
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When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer one of the decisions she might have to make is whether to have the tumor removed through a lumpectomy or a mastectomy.
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Find out what kinds of support the loved ones of cancer patients can provide.
After treatment, breast cancer survivors will need to make some adjustments as they prepare to resume their day-to-day activities.
Despite increased attention to women's health issues, there are still many health risks that women need to know about that are not getting a whole lot of attention.
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Self-examinations can help women find problems with their breasts even when they don't have a mammogram or regular checkup scheduled.
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