Breast Cancer Prevention Directory
Breast cancer may not be prevented completely, but there are steps you can take to help reduce your risk. You should follow a healthy diet and exercise program. Early detection is still the best method of preventing serious breast cancer complications. Other factors could play a role in prevention. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how breast cancer is prevented, what factors play a role, and much more.
Evista for Breast Cancer Prevention
WebMD examines the use of Evista to prevent breast cancer, including its risks.
Tamoxifen for Breast Cancer Treatment and Prevention
A look at the use of tamoxifen for treating breast cancer and preventing it in high-risk cases. Find out how effective it is and what the potential risks are.
Breast Cancer Symptoms You May Not Know
The most well-known sign of breast cancer is a lump, but there are other, less-common symptoms you should know to stay on top of your health.
Advances in Cancer Prevention and Screening
New screening tests are finding cancer sooner. Personalized prevention methods could help stop the disease before it even starts.
Who Gets Breast Cancer and Who Survives?
When it comes to breast cancer, who’s at risk? And what are their chances of survival?
Mammogram Fears? What to Expect, How It's Done, and More
Afraid of an abnormal mammogram? Think you're not at risk for breast cancer? WebMD explains why mammogram benefits outweigh these and other excuses.
Top 10 Health Tips for Women
Want a cheat sheet for healthy living? Our expert serves up her top tips for a lifetime of wellness.