Patient Advocates Inform Critical Insight to Improve Breast Cancer Research and Treatment at SABCS By Sean M. Wood The halls of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center are expected to be packed Dec. 6 – 10 as crowds return for the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium....
Is this Normal? Breast Cancer
Is this Normal? Breast Cancer By Jillian Lopiano MD MPH FACOG Betty's Co. Medical Director Betty's Co. is the next generation of integrative healthcare – providing gynecology, mental health, and healthy living care for the period-havers up to pregnancy-planners....
Nonprofit Spotlight: ThriveWell Cancer Foundation
Q&A with Erin Ercoline, Executive Director, ThriveWell Center
Exercise and Attitude Are Important Complementary Components in Battling Breast Cancer
A breast cancer diagnosis is the beginning of a woman’s journey toward a clear objective: the declaration that she is now cancer free. In between, she faces many challenges, and physical strength, emotional perseverance, and mental determination are often as essential to reaching that objective as the medical treatments themselves.
I’m the One: For the Breast of Us
One in eight women is diagnosed with breast cancer, and in January 2020, I found out I was the one. I am grateful to work for CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System, which offers comprehensive care through a network of hospitals.
Knowledge Empowers Women to Survive Breast Cancer
Advances in the treatment of breast cancer are being made continually. It’s important for women to inform themselves about these advances so that, should they receive a breast cancer diagnosis, they can better understand the treatment options available to them and be prepared to discuss those options with their physicians.
State-of-the-Art Breast Cancer Treatment Safeguards the Heart
State-of-the-Art Breast Cancer Treatment Safeguards the Heart By Paul J. Watkins Oncology is continually producing advances in treatment techniques and technologies. These advances not only result in better patient outcomes but also result in less discomfort, fewer...
Detecting Breast Cancer – from Vigilance to Suspicion to Confirmation
A cornerstone of health consciousness for adult women includes being on the lookout for breast cancer. There's plenty of evidence that this eternal vigilance is worth it. In fact, early-stage breast cancer that hasn't spread has a 99% five-year survival rate. ...