Benign Breast Lumps Directory
Any lump you feel on your breast should be checked out by your doctor. But don't panic; 80% of all breast lumps are benign, which means they're not cancerous. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about benign breast lumps.
Breast Lumps: Possible Causes and When to Call a Doctor
Most breast lumps are not cancer. But if you find a lump in your breast, see a doctor as soon as possible. Learn the causes of breast lumps, the types, and what you should do if you find one.
Menopause and Mammograms
WebMD looks at the importance of mammogram screening for breast cancer during and after menopause.
Breast Cancer Screening and Detection
Learn more from WebMD about mammograms, breast self-exams, and other breast cancer screening and detection tools, including when they should be performed.
Get an overview of various methods of breast biopsy that doctors use to spot breast cancer.
Your Best Breast Cancer Screening Today
Here are three tests every woman should have.
Before you get a mammogram: The latest news in breast cancer screening
The latest recommendations and options in breast cancer screening and diagnosis
The Latest in Breast Cancer Detection
New breast screening technologies are offering women more individualized care -- and a better chance at survival.
Think Pink: Get Your Mammogram
There are more screening options than ever before , so make that mammogram appointment -- today.