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A man gets breast cancer. Then what?
Rod Ritchie’s mother passed away from metastatic breast cancer when he was a child. Despite his family history and a lump in his left breast, Rod had to wait three months before his healthcare ...
In very rare cases, part of your breast cancer treatment can cause you to get a different cancer in a different part of your body, usually many years later. This is called a secondary cancer.
Side effects are unwanted reactions to medical treatments. For many people, side effects are among the most upsetting parts of being treated for breast cancer. Still, there are many things you ...
Allergan Recalls Textured Breast Implants Linked to Rare Cancer
Allergan announced on July 24 that it is voluntarily recalling breast implants with its Biocell textured surface. The implants have been linked to a rare cancer called breast implant-associated ...