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After breast reduction surgery I had a lump appear in one breast. A mammogram and ultra sound they think it is an oil cyst. It's been 1 year, 11 months.
I am a 42 year old women who experienced her first bout of breast cancer back in 2004. Under went lumpectomy followed by radiation. I had been clear for
Breast Cancer Survivor Karen E. Jones I am a two and a half year breast cancer survivor. Luckily, my cancer was caught by my yearly mammogram and was
This online post is one of a number of stories shared with AstraZeneca by women who have been diagnosed with and treated for early breast cancer. “Breast
I am a 22 year old college student. I found a lymph node underneath my arm about a week ago. The level of pain the pea-sized node had strung upon me
Women with breast cancer often don't have energy to bake, so whip up something, or buy, to help support.
Cancer treatment is tiring and if husband works all day, a cooked meal would be welcome!
Not finding it any easier cycling up gentle inclines, but using higher gears - progress!
After biking Otago Rail Trail, I now feel restless - am I addicted to cycling?
Weather not looking great for cycling rail trail - Nor West winds and Southerly rain - fingers crossed forecast is wrong!
Trusty travel back pack is ready for Wednesday - its amasing how heavy it is with just the basics!
Not long now - just a few sleeps to go until I cycle Otago Rail Trail in southern New Zealand!
Mammogram, breast thermography and ultrasound are tools in your breast health toolbox along with self breast exam.
Pink ribbon for breast cancer raises awareness and money - where are your dollars going?
What are you doing to promote breast cancer awareness in October? Walks, events, runs, activites?
Latest breast screening news on mammogram, thermography and ultrasound.
Obesity found to be a leading cause of cancer in men and women. Get moving!
September is prostrate cancer awareness month - Men get yourself checked!
Attention all men - did you realise males can have breast cancer? Do you know what to look for?
I have bought a cycling shirt - fabric that breaths, firm fitting - aerodynamic? It doesnt hide anything so one reseambles a stuffed sausage - but I will be going too fast for anyone to notice - well thats the plan!
Cycling makes me smile, its liberating, rewarding, fun and doesnt feel like exercise due to the fun factor - thats the secret - find something you enjoy and it wont be an exercise chore!
Are you optimistic and upbeat or pessimistic, cynical and hostile? Research indicates women with a positive attitude live longer.
Arms up, it's that time again - your breast exam reminder. Regular quick checks mean you can cross that off your to-do list!
Blue sky and sunshine gives that "great to be alive" feeling, inspiring walks, cycling and salads!
Dr Lisa Newman travels to Ghana to collaborate and discover the origin of aggressive triple negative breast cancer TNBC.
Creative artisic bras decorated for fun competition increases breast cancer awareness and funds for breast health center.
Eat lots of carbohydrates? Overall "glycemic load" impacts chances of developing breast cancer. Aim for low GI food.
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's learning to dance in the rain."
Research suggests migraine suffers have a 26% lower risk of breast cancer, due to some migraine triggers possibly reducing estrogen levels.
Pre and post menopausal women benefit from omega 3 by consuming fish high in fatty acids, reducing their risk of breast cancer.
Breast cancer treatment can mean hot flushes for many women, an unwelcome side effect! It is thought that accupunture may provide effective relief.
Nicky Cusack, a single mother of four and breast cancer patient experiencing chemotherapy and radiotherapy, wins lotto!
Phil Mickelson's mother has been diagnosed with breast cancer, just weeks after his wife Amy was diagnosed, had surgery and is starting treatment for her own breast cancer.
Digital infrared thermal imaging is used to display hot spots. It is radiation free, painless, non invasive and can be used to help detect changes to your breast tissue.
Are you a mushroom fan? Research has found that consumption of mushrooms may reduce the risk of breast cancer by two thirds, due to their cancer fighting properties. Mushrooms are thought to strengthen your immune system, reduce the production of estrogen and may reduce out of control cell growth.
Medical students are using a virtual patient to learn and practice conducting breast examinations. Scripts are written by medical educators for the virtual patient, who can communicate using speech and gestures. This can help medical students increase confidence in performing breast examination.
Womens health issues are divided into four important stages - 18-30 (acne, diet, birth control, pregnancy, menstural problems), 30-50 (fertility, parenting, weight, depression, sexual health), 50-70 (heart, menopause, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis), 70 plus (arthritis, memory, sleep disorders and nutrition).
New treatment is being tested targeting certain types of uterine fibroids with ultrasound waves that heat and destroy, meaning less invasive surgery.
Arms up girls, it's that time again. Learn how and when to do your breast exam. Empower yourself and check your breast's on a regular basis for your breast health.
Whats the latest current health news on breast cancer and other breast related issues? Find great health news articles and information about breasts.
Hearing you might have breast cancer causes a huge upheaval in your life, as well as your families. Most women enter a state of shock, saying they feel completely numb.
Techniques of massage vary depending if you would like a reflexology foot massage, face massage, stone massage, sports massage or a pampering nurturing massage. Lymphatic massage can help with symptoms of breast cancer.
I like to move it and groove it by dancing. It doesn't matter if it is ballroom, rock and roll or latin. Exercise helps to lower your estrogen level and reduce your risk of breast cancer, so get off the couch.
Fancy some pilates moves or to be a pilates performer? Pilates for beginners is gentle exercise for everyone and great for women having had breast cancer.
I don't necessarily think about the health benefits of flaxseed oil as I wave a bottle around, as if I was Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsey or some other up and coming kitchen whizz. Tossing my salad I wonder why are these oils becoming popular.
Mini wine bottles are fantastic. I am partial to a glass of red red wine and like to think there are health benefits of wine to allow me to enjoy my glass more, knowing antioxidants may minimise my risk of breast cancer.
Chocolate models of yumminess filled with antioxidants, mean there are health benefits of chocolate, and may help symptoms of breast cancer. No need to feel guilty by enjoying dark chocolate candy.
I love my morning coffee so I am determined to find some health benefits of coffee to justify my cup! Nothing beats the aroma. My coffee mate puts our coffee pot on at 6am, so by 6.15am I am enjoying the taste and smell of my cuppa whilst watching the morning news on TV.