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Detection rates, treatment options and outcomes all vary depending on where you live.
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Your family history can sometimes put you at a higher risk of developing the disease.
The tennis star began the first of six rounds of chemotherapy last week.
Alterations on certain genes can predispose people of all sexes to a host of cancers.
Even if you've tested normal for the BRCA mutation, doctors advise retesting for PALB2 variant.
Lifestyle changes can help reduce your risk of developing cancer.
Giddy talks with BCA President Meg Russell about innovative early-stage research.
Using talcum products on your genitals may slightly increase your risk.
Lumps in the breast are completely normal, and learning how to react will reduce stress.
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Medical breakthroughs bring hope to women in this battle against a deadly cancer.
Certain genetic traits can significantly increase your risk of developing ovarian cancer.
Awareness of these four syndromes is vitally important if you have a family history of cancer.
Know your risk and how to minimize it to decrease the odds of a breast cancer diagnosis.
A diagnosis of breast cancer is scary. Knowing the facts can help physically and emotionally.
A mastectomy may be a part of your treatment for breast cancer. Know what to expect.
One in 78 women will get ovarian cancer. Know your risk factors, find it early and beat it.
More than 27,000 women under age 45 are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.
Keep certain considerations in mind before you opt for a glimpse at your genetic code.
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The 'cancer gene' might be new to your knowledge base, but learning more about it can only help.