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NCI-funded researchers are working to advance our understanding of how to prevent, detect, and treat breast cancer. They are also looking at how to address disparities and improve quality of life for survivors of the disease.
The holidays bring celebration, tradition, and joy, but also obligation and expectation. This season can be stressful under the best circumstances, but add a cancer diagnosis or treatment into the mix, and the weight can become unbearable.
My name is Patrice Exantus, and I'm 42 years old. Currently I’m going through a divorce, which is a difficult transition after 15 years of marriage. My ex-husband and I share three children: Sheldon, aged 24; Isaac, aged 13; and Janiya, the youngest at 12...
If your doctor suspects breast cancer, you’ll likely have a biopsy to confirm the diagnosis.
When it comes to your medical history and health concerns, what you choose to divulge is up to you. At the time of your cancer diagnosis, you may have decided to keep that information to yourself rather than sharing it with your coworkers.
The COVID-19 pandemic may remain a concern for many people this holiday season.
When you have cancer, getting the right treatment the first time is very important. A second opinion can help to ensure that you'll be getting the latest therapy with the best chance of effectively treating the type of cancer you have.
A lumpectomy is the most common type of surgery used in breast cancer treatment. At MD Anderson, our breast cancer surgeons perform around 900 lumpectomies each year.
Can immunotherapy treat breast cancer? For certain patients, the answer is yes.
New research has revealed that a one-year course of a drug called a PARP inhibitor can help to reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence, and progression to secondary breast cancer, in people with early breast cancer with a change in the BRCA gene.