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Breast cancer is a cancer that starts in the breast, usually in the inner lining of the milk ducts or lobules. There are different types of breast cancer, with different stages (spread), aggressiveness, and genetic makeup....
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Offers links to news about the illness, general articles, diagnosis, treatments and research, specific conditions, management and coping, and statistics.
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Information resources about breast changes that may lead to minor and serious diseases.
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Offers breast augmentation procedure information, before and after photos, chat forum, and plastic surgeon finder.
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Questions and answers about development and health concerns.
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An owner's manual for new breast owners, from Nu-Woman Transgender Cabaret. Includes information on bra sizes, cancer risks, and mammograms.
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Offers users the option of donating free mammograms or shopping at sponsoring merchant sites, with a portion of each purchase going towards the cause.
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Features extensive resources related to breast cancer.
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Clearinghouse for information on the subject of breast cancer.
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Shares experiences, opinions, and information with discussions, chat, before and after photos, and stories from real women.
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Find articles and information on Breast Cancer at Health.com. Your source for information on Breast Cancer.
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For other uses, see Breast (disambiguation) ... The breast is the upper ventral region of an animal's torso, particularly that ...
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Most breast cancers are of this type. Lobular carcinoma starts in parts of the breast, called ... Some women have what's called HER2-positive breast cancer. ...
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Most women with breast cancer have some type of surgery. ... Lumpectomy removes only the breast lump and a surrounding margin of normal tissue. ...
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WebMD explains how a minimally invasive biopsy can be performed on a breast to help determine if a lump is breast cancer. ... table allows access to the breast. ...
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Deborah Axelrod's site offering information on breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, research, risk-reduction methods, self-exams, and more.
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