Results for "Cáncer de mama"

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Three Women, Three Final Treatments, Three Survivors
R  ing this bell three times well. Its toll to clearly say. My treatment’s done, This course is run, And I am on my way! Three women. Three final treatments....
Nov 11
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Avoid Swelling: 5 Tips to Prevent Lymphedema
If you’ve undergone lymph node removal surgery or other cancer treatments like radiation, it’s important to know about the risk for swelling called lymphedema....
Oct 24
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Three Things to Know About Cording (Axillary Web Syndrome)
You’ve recently completed breast cancer surgery, so you’ve undoubtedly been through a lot. In the weeks following your surgery, you may have some pain....
Oct 22
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Triple Negative Breast Cancer: Get the Facts About Diagnosis and Treatment
The term “breast cancer” makes it sound as if all cancers that strike the breast are the same. But that’s an oversimplification. The truth is, there are...
Feb 27
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You’re Cancer-Free! Now What?
From the very start, dealing with cancer can feel like riding a rollercoaster with many twists, turns and ups and down. So, when the ride finally comes...
Jan 15
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Dr. Rosso Talks Breast Cancer: Chapter 4, What to Expect During Your Mammogram?
Is it time for your first screening mammogram? Kelly Rosso, MD, a breast surgical oncologist at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center gives us a first-hand...
Oct 30
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Dr. Rosso Talks Breast Cancer: Chapter 3, Does Exercise Lower Your Risk?
Did you know exercise can help decrease your risk of breast cancer? Kelly Rosso, MD, a breast surgical oncologist at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center discusses...
Oct 29
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Dr. Rosso Talks Breast Cancer: Chapter 2, What Does Breast Cancer Look Like?
Did you ever wonder what cancer looks like on a mammogram? Kelly Rosso, MD, a breast surgical oncologist at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center discusses...
Oct 28
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Understanding Common Side Effects of Cancer Treatments
Cancer has a way of making you feel completely unique and completely anonymous at the same time. On one hand, the disease doesn’t need to know your name...
Oct 27
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Dr. Rosso Talks Breast Cancer: Chapter 1, Who Should Be Screened?
Do you know your risk for breast cancer? For average-risk women, screening mammograms are recommended at age 40. Kelly Rosso, MD, a breast surgical oncologist...
Oct 26