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Procrastination is Cancer’s Best Friend.

Do Yourself a Favor and Get a Breast Exam. A fitness tracker on your wrist cheers you to shoot for 10,000 steps today. You select oatmeal over biscuits and sub […]

Swollen Lymph Nodes Mistaken For Cancer After Vaccine

Many people are noticing swollen lymph nodes after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine that could be mistaken for breast cancer.

Standard Fractionation or Hypofractionation…that is the question.

Using hypofractionation, or hypofractionated radiation therapy, higher doses of radiation are delivered per treatment, so patients can complete their course of radiation therapy much faster than conventional treatment.

Lifestyle Measures to Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

For breast cancer survivors, finishing the cancer treatments doesn’t mark the end of their journey with the disease. It is the beginning of a new normal, where lifestyle choices can improve future outcomes. Here is a review of some lifestyle measures that can reduce or increase the risk of breast cancer recurrence, plus, a delicious pumpkin fritter recipe.

New Research Shows a Long-Term Benefit of Radiation Therapy in Early Breast Cancer

New research presented in early October 2020 answers long-debated questions about the benefits of radiation therapy after a lumpectomy. Dr. Peters writes about research findings and gives us more details on this very valuable long-term study.