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Tag: breast cancer

How You’re Screened For Breast Cancer Depends on Your Risk Score

Breast cancer screening saves lives. But while experts agree on the need for breast cancer screening, screening guidelines have become increasingly complex in recent years.

Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund Helps Stony Brook Scientists...

The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund has raised and donated more than $5 million to Stony Brook’s researchers since the fund’s inception in 1996.

Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer

A breast cancer diagnosis can change patients’ lives in ways they never imagined. That’s especially so in the rare instances when women younger than 40 are diagnosed with the disease.

OpEd: Detecting Breast Cancer Early Saves Lives

Jennifer offers this advice: “Get screened no matter how scary the outcome can be.”  I couldn't agree more.

Rockville Centre Breast Cancer Coalition Hosts Inaugural Golf and Tennis Outing

The Rockville Centre Breast Cancer Coalition (RVCBCC) held its first Golf and Tennis Outing on Monday, June 21 at the Seawane Golf Club in Hewlett. Money raised from the event goes directly toward helping the organization's recipients: women and men diagnosed with breast cancer in 2022.

Greater Treatment Options for Breast Cancer Patients

Better screening, diagnosis and treatment are paving the way for a greater quality of life and longevity for individuals diagnosed with breast cancer.

Long Island’s Top Breast Cancer Nonprofits

The A List: A roundup of Long Island's leading breast cancer nonprofits.

Debunking Common Myths About Breast Cancer

Myths about breast cancer may be as harmful as accurate information is helpful, so learning the truth and debunking those myths can be an important part of women’s preventive approach to breast cancer.

Officials Urge Women To Schedule Breast Cancer Screenings

Women are being urged to resume their annual breast cancer screenings now that coronavirus is no longer overwhelming medical facilities on Long Island.

Stacy Miranda: A Thriving Breast Cancer Survivor

“I went from barely being able to walk down the block to climbing the second highest peak in the Pacific Northwest,” says Stacy Miranda.