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Tag: breast cancer

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.

5 Products That Help Find a Cure for Breast Cancer

Take 5: Wellness products that donate a portion of their sales to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Pure Mammography: Breast Cancer Screenings Made Easy

Pure Mammography, a healthcare provider that offers mammograms to women at Smith Haven Mall to help reach reluctant patients, is planning a second location at a mall in Nassau County, officials said.

Long Island Nonprofit Kayak Outing Honors Those Touched by Breast Cancer

Martha’s Kayak, Inc. hosted its second annual memorial kayaking event this weekend in Island Park for breast cancer survivors, fighters, their families and the families of those who lost a loved one to the horrific disease.

A World of Pink: Nonprofit Donates Prosthetics to Breast Cancer Survivors

If a woman does not have insurance or only a percentage is covered and it is still a hardship for them to pay the difference, the World of Pink Foundation steps in.

Long Island Medics Help Survivors Beat Breast Cancer

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, here’s to giving hope for patients diagnosed with breast cancer.