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.
Learning you need additional imaging after a routine screening mammogram can be stressful. Finding out you need a biopsy can really get your mind racing. In this blog, Dr. Scuderi walks you through the biopsy process to ease concerns, and hopefully help you feel prepared to take this next step in breast care.
A Breast Imaging Primer: Mammos and Sonos and MR’s, Oh My!
Thanks to energetic yearly awareness campaigns and the resilient breast cancer survivors sharing their stories of early detection, most women of screening age know this mantra by heart: get your mammogram every year, once a year.