Breast Cancer

Five Questions to Ask about Your Fertility after a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

By: Leigh Ann McDonald Woodruff | Oct 22, 2011 More than 11,000 women under 40 are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the United States. But when a young woman receives a breast cancer diagnosis, one of the last things she may be thinking of is her future ability to have children. But preserving future fertility is an important consideration when making treatment decisions and consulting with physicians.Thus, here are five questions wom

The Most Deadly Diseases For Females In Miami And Also The Entire US

By: Xavier Santana | Oct 11, 2011 It is no secret that females have really different health needs than males do, and that's why they need a different sort of exam annually. Besides seeing a family doctor or an internist for an annual physical, it is crucial that a female also visit her gynecologist. Specialists may spot the warning signs of serious illness, and with early detection will come the very best chance of recuperation. T

Facts You Should Know About Breast Cancer

By: Brent P Cullen | Sep 6, 2011 Prevention is the best weapon that women can use against breast cancer. There are steps that they can take to reduce the odds of developing this disease such as self breast exams, cancer screenings, eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise.

Breast cancer patients should be concerned In menopause

By: mouzhe | Aug 25, 2011 Breast cancer patients should be concerned about In menopause

Tips for Preventing Breast Lumps and Cure for Breast Roundness

By: Dr. Lee Mikal | Aug 19, 2011 The chest is an important part of her body is very sensitive to hormones, especially estrogen and progesterone. Most of the causes of breast cancer associated with excess estrogen levels.

Breast lumps without pain need to guard against breast cancer

By: mouzhe | Aug 14, 2011 Breast lumps without pain need to guard against breast cancer

10% to 15% of the Nipple discharge symptoms may suffering from breast cancer

By: mouzhe | Aug 12, 2011 10% to 15% of the Nipple discharge symptoms may suffering from breast cancer

Lightning does strike twice in the same place

By: Suresh | Aug 11, 2011 I was not sure if it was a dream – no, nightmare. Just 3 days ago, I had noticed a small lump in the upper quadrant of my right breast. But no, I did not panic – I was secure in the wise saying –“Lightning does not strike twice in the same place”.

Screening has small effect on the deaths of breast cancer

By: Fower Lee | Aug 1, 2011 Falling breast cancer dying rates have little related to breast screening but they are lower to higher treatment and health systems, researchers stated on Friday, inside a study prone to fuel a lengthy-running row within the merits of mammograms.

Disquieting Breast-Feeding Doll

By: Fower Lee | Aug 1, 2011 Young girls have always loved to make believe you play "mother" to pretend babies. If this involves baby dolls, the greater realistic the greater, right? As children, we admired our faux infants, especially those who could crawl, bawl, go potty and drink from that mysterious miracle draining milk bottle. When Chatty Trina made an appearance in this area and may talk, she grew to become essen
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