Genetic testing for cancer looks for gene changes associated with certain cancers. This can provide important information to help guide healthcare decisions.
Beware of harmful UV rays, which can cause more skin damage than just a painful sunburn.
Wearing sunscreen and avoiding tanning beds is only part of your smart skin routine. Our infographic provides step-by-step instructions to effectively search your skin for potential changes.
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Red, juicy, and sweet, tomatoes and watermelon are soul mates. They both contain lycopene, which is essential for healthy skin to help protect you from the sun's UV damage.
Her first mammogram was a lesson in compression.
Breast cancer in young women poses unique challenges in screening.
A new breast cancer treatment option is emerging as we speak.
Most inherited cases of breast cancer are associated with mutations in two genes: BRCA1 (Breast Cancer gene one) and BRCA2 (Breast Cancer gene two).
Do you know your breast cancer risk? What are the BRCA1 and BCRA2 genes? Is breast cancer common in young women? Take our quiz to test your knowledge! The answers may surprise you.