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Breast Cancer Screening And Prevention: Beyond Mammography
In addition to mammography, other tests may be ordered as part of a screening or prevention strategy, especially in women who are at increased risk of developing breast cancer.
How To Get The Most From Your Mammogram
Follow these tips to prepare for your mammogram.
Glossary Of Breast-Related Medical Terms
Medical glossary of terms related to breast surgery.
Are You At Risk Of Breast Cancer?
Your habits, weight, medications and reproductive history all play a role in your risk of developing breast cancer.
Reducing Your Risk Of Breast Cancer With Healthy Living
Pursuing a healthy lifestyle may reduce your risk of breast cancer and other diseases.

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Breast And Ovarian Cancer
One in every nine women (about 11% of women) will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her life. Breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer diagnosed among women.
Which Tests Are Right For You?
Here's a primer to help you determine which breast cancer tests are best for you based on your age.
Risk Factors For Breast Cancer
While no one knows exactly why breast cancer develops, certain factors are known to increase your risk of this disease.
Glossary Of Breast-Related Medical Terms
Medical glossary of terms related to breast surgery.
Mammography
Mammography is a series of X-rays that show images of the soft tissues of the breast.
Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is a type of uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that can develop in one of several areas of the breast.
Are You At Risk Of Breast Cancer?
Your habits, weight, medications and reproductive history all play a role in your risk of developing breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Facts
The facts and figures on the second most common cancer among women.
What Are BRCA1 And BRCA2 Genes?
BRCA1 and BRCA2 are called "tumor suppressor genes" because they make proteins that help prevent the cells from forming tumors.

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