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Historically, research shows minority women, particularly blacks and Hispanics, are less likely than white women to obtain radiation treatment for their aggressive breast cancer.
The news that you are pregnant can be thrilling and overwhelming. You may be delighted, terrified or both.
Throw in a breast cancer diagnosis though and fear can win the day.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is important to recognize that there are several risks factors besides having a family member who has had breast cancer.
Normally, this time of the year is decorated with brilliant reds, yellows, oranges, and of course, that really gorgeous shade of gold that simply says fall has arrived.
Mammograms are an important screening test for women, especially those age 40 or older, and for women at any age who are at increased risk for breast cancer.
October is known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Along with awareness, it is important to also focus on prevention.
As a parent, you would do anything to prevent your child from getting a serious disease, like cancer.
Do you have a family history of breast cancer, or any type of cancer? If your answer is yes you have a higher risk factor for developing breast cancer.
October is a time to reflect on the lives lost to breast cancer. It is also a time to celebrate many survivors' road to recovery, and regain strength and momentum in the fight for a cure.
You're not alone. Connect with other women who are going through what you're going through, who understand and are here for you!
EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!