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  This section of our website was created for women and men interested in breast cancer prevention, detection, treatment, and long-term survivorship. Here you will find clear, comprehensive information as well as links to resources and support programs. We invite you to comment on our blog and share your story.  
Thu, 24 Sep 2015
CEO Letter
Thu, 24 Sep 2015
Research Worth Watching: What is Normal?
March 24, 2015
How Does Breast Cancer Develop?
March 24, 2014
BRCA1 Mutation Linked to Uterine Cancer
March 20, 2014
Exercise Reduces Breast Cancer Risk
December 6, 2013
What does current research tell us about soy? There is soy in almost everything I buy—even my vitamins. Should I be worried?
December 6, 2013
Breast Density: What We Know May Surprise You
November 5, 2013
Tests to Guide Treatment Choices
I had a bilateral mastectomy and a sentinel node biopsy. The sentinel node is negative, but the mastectomy breast tissue that was removed had 3 nodes, one of which tested positive. Does this mean I need to have an axillary node dissection?
Risk Factors
I am transgender. What is my risk of getting breast cancer?
Metastatic Disease
How will I know if my breast cancer has metastasized to my lungs?
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10 questions
1: Is it true that one in eight women will get breast cancer? The one-in-eight statistic doesn't accurately reflect the average woman's breast cancer risk. MORE >

2: Is it necessary to do monthly breast self-exam? Breast self-exam (BSE) has been widely hailed as a technique that can help women find breast cancer early.