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  1. Breast Cancer: Closer to a Cure

    This September marks the 21st annual breast cancerawareness month, so who better to ask about where we are in the war on this disease than Susan Love, MD? At the forefront of breast cancer research for almost 30 years, Love is the medical director of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation in Pacific

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  2. The Breast Cancer Fight: How to Get Involved

    With October comes Halloween candy, autumn leaves, and breast cancer awareness. This year we've had some vivid reminders as to just how much a difference all our support can make in the battle against breast cancer. In April, scientists announced that the drug Herceptin cuts the risk of breast cance

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  3. The Guy's Guide to Breast Cancer

    Men looking for ways to support a wife, sister, mother, or other woman with breast cancer may want to learn from experts and other men who have been in the same position. In August 2001, Jackie Thomas was diagnosed with breast cancer and quickly had surgery and started chemotherapy. Her husband, Mic

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  4. Circle of Friends

    It's early evening in Norfolk, Va., where "Janice_78" lives. Across cyberspace, the "Pink Bus" is ready to roll -- ready for breast cancer survivors like her to hop aboard. Riders on this virtual bus are slogging their way through scans and surgeries, making the best of bald heads and insurance hass

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  5. What to Do After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

    Approximately one out of every two American men and one out of every three American women will have some type of cancer at some point during their lifetime, according to the American Cancer Society. This year almost 1.4 million Americans will hear the words "You've got cancer," and in that instant t

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  6. What to Do After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

    Approximately one out of every two American men and one out of every three American women will have some type of cancer at some point during their lifetime, according to the American Cancer Society. This year almost 1.4 million Americans will hear the words "You've got cancer," and in that instant t

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  7. Becoming a Proactive Cancer Patient

    Approximately one out of every two American men and one out of every three American women will have some type of cancer at some point during their lifetime, according to the American Cancer Society. This year almost 1.4 million Americans will hear the words "You've got cancer," and in that instant t

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  8. Breast Cancer Survivors: Managing Treatment Side Effects

    For many women diagnosed with breast cancer, the disease doesn't make them feel ill. It's the treatment -- surgery, radiation, and, most of all, chemotherapy. Coping with side effects that range from nausea and fatigue to mouth sores and premature menopause can make four, six, or eight months of tre

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  9. When Breast Cancer Comes Back

    It can happen a year after you finish treatment for breast cancer, or five, 10, even 20 years later. You find another lump, or a shadow appears on one of the mammograms you're having much more often now. Is the cancer back? Every woman who's had breast cancer knows that recurrence is possible. Some

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  10. Clinical Trials for Breast Cancer

    Only about 3% of women with breast cancer take part in clinical trials, according to Y-ME, the national breast cancer organization. This low level of clinical research participation may be stalling treatment progress. The fewer women who join clinical trials, the longer it takes to get data about wh

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