According to the Department of Public Health (DPH), breast cancer was the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in Massachusetts between 2007 and 2011. Catching it early makes a big difference — between 2004 and 2010, the five-year survival rate of women who were diagnosed …Continue Reading 3 Steps to Take During Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Every woman can improve her health, whether by moving more or getting regular checkups and preventive screenings recommended by her doctor. Two preventive screenings, in particular, can pay dividends for many women: breast cancer and cervical cancer exams. The Department of Public Health (DPH)’s Care …Continue Reading Preventive Screenings to Improve Women’s Health
Breast cancer is diagnosed among women in the United States every two minutes. In Massachusetts alone, breast cancer accounts for one-third of all cancers diagnosed in women. Both men and women are affected by this disease. However, with advancements in modern medicine and increased awareness, …Continue Reading Breast Cancer Awareness
Every year in October, millions of Americans come together, clad in pink, to celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and increase awareness of one of the most common forms of cancer among women. Breast cancer is treatable when detected early and the goal of this …Continue Reading 5 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer
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