It is alarming to know that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. While you can’t prevent cancer, it is important to be proactive about your health. In fact, there are things you can do to help reduce your risk for certain types of cancer.
This year, over 250,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. The good news is that when breast cancer is detected early, it can be treated more successfully, increasing the chances for survival.
We know that scheduling your yearly mammogram may be nerve-racking, but this important screening doesn’t have to be painful or scary! The eBook Mammogram 101 takes the guesswork out of the documents you’ll need and the questions you should be asking your doctor at your next appointment. This eBook also includes a checklist of symptoms to provide your doctor in case you’ve experienced any abnormalities in your breasts since your last exam.
Many of the symptoms of breast cancer are invisible and not noticeable without a professional screening like a mammogram or ultrasound. But some symptoms can be caught early just by looking out for certain changes in your breasts and being proactive about your breast health.
We understand the stress and worry that comes with getting a call from your doctor that your mammogram screening was abnormal. Don’t panic.We have an informative and helpful resource that will arm you with the information you need to understand your next steps. Also, the good news is that most of these calls with abnormal mammogram results will ultimately not be breast cancer, but it’s best to make sure you’re okay.
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. While we can’t prevent breast cancer, we can make sure that every woman has the tools and education she needs to be proactive about her health.
Did you know that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime? That’s a harrowing statistic. But with the right knowledge and a balanced lifestyle, caring for your breast health doesn’t have to be daunting.
Did you know that 4 out of 5 women are wearing the wrong bra size? For something we wear all day long, the right fit can make all the difference in how our clothes look, how we feel that day, and our ability to live our lives pain-free!
Even when you know it’s important, in the busyness of everyday life it can be easy to let health and wellness fall by the wayside in favor of easier or unhealthy habits. We care about your health and want to see you have a healthy mind, body, and awareness about your health.
Knowing the right thing to say when you find out your loved one has cancer can be challenging. You don’t want to overwhelm them or make them feel burdened, but you also don’t want to make light of the situation.
NBCF conducted a survey of breast cancer survivors and discovered that the #1 topic of interest for these women is risk of recurrence.