One of the world’s most visible public faces in the war on breast cancer, she helped reshape both the doctor’s role and the patient’s.
An expert panel has recommended mammograms starting at age 40. Doctors weigh in on risk and prevention tactics for this age group.
The new advice comes as breast cancer diagnoses rise among younger women and mortality rates among Black women remain persistently high.
If you’re at average risk for breast cancer, start getting mammograms at 40 and go every two years, an influential scientific panel says. Many women were doing it anyway.
Women’s breasts become less dense with age. Cancer may be more likely in breast tissue that is persistently denser over time, a new study suggests.
Concerns about soy foods like tofu have been raised in the past. Here’s what the research and experts say.
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The U.S. agency wants to ensure that doctors inform women that some breast anomalies require more examination.
Recent research makes it clear that any amount of drinking can be detrimental. Here’s why you may want to cut down on your consumption beyond Dry January.
Five years after my cancer diagnosis, I’m struggling to feel grateful for the experience.