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This Woman Almost Died of Breast Cancer—Even Though She Got Regular Mammograms - Reader's Digest

Not every woman is great about scheduling those annual breast exams—You know who you are!—but that wasn't true of Gail Zeamer. Zeamer had it all— and she also had a lot to lose, but didn't realize for many years, how close she came to that happening ...and more »

To support breast cancer research, skip pink ribbons and check out these charities - Popular Science

Our grocery stores are drowning in orange and pink. It's the annual October battle between Halloween and breast cancer awareness month, and despite a deeply American love of all things spooky, the pink ribbons are winning. If you look closer at the ...and more »

Facing Breast Cancer Fears - U.S. News & World Report

Fear is natural – but it's important to make sure it doesn't get in the way of your health. By Marisa C. Weiss, M.D., Contributor |Oct. 5, 2017, at 6:00 a.m.. Facing Breast Cancer Fears. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter · Post to Reddit ...and more »

Financial assistance available for breast cancer patients - Jacksonville Daily News

Dr. Nagesh Jayaram of Southeastern Medical Oncology Center in Jacksonville, left, talks with breast cancer patient Joy Velasquez prior to their fashion show fundraiser held recently to benefit Southeastern Cancer Care, a nonprofit organization ...and more »

Mechanical Engineer Launches Campaign to Provide 3D Printed Breast Prostheses to 1000 Women in Need -

It's October, which means that Halloween is upon us. But more importantly than candy and ghouls, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease, and I would hazard a guess that many people have ...and more »

Breast cancer death rate drops by almost 40 percent in US - BSI bureau (press release)

Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in U.S. women and the second-leading cause of death after lung cancer. About 252,000 new cases of breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in the United States this year, and more than 40,600 women ...and more »

Breast cancer survivors share their advice - Fox News

“We're always told to do self-breast exams and how many actually do them?” said breast cancer survivor, Alison James. (iStock). The idea of a breast cancer diagnosis can be terrifying, but it's a reality that hundreds of thousands of U.S. women ...and more »

Physical Activity Boosts Breast Cancer Survivors' Cognition, Study Reports - Breast Cancer News

When breast cancer survivors increased their physical activity, they more than doubled their mental processing speed, according to a study at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine. Researchers estimate that up to 75 percent of ...and more »

Construction crew builds breast cancer awareness - Delaware State News

More than 440 people, from construction workers to breast cancer survivors, formed a pink ribbon Tuesday at the new Bayhealth Sussex campus near Milford to raise awareness for breast cancer screenings. Workers from EMCOR/Poole and Kent Corp., Bayhealth ...and more »

Elizabeth Hurley on Breast Cancer Awareness, FOMO, and Managing Ex-Boyfriends -

Talking to Elizabeth Hurley, you get the sense you can ask her anything. She is, after all, the woman who just told Today Show viewers what a mammogram feels like. So when the 52-year-old model and women's health advocate phoned us from her car in ...and more »