Family

Breast Cancer Runs in My Family

Question: My mother had breast cancer, will I have it too? If your mom, sister or daughter has breast cancer, your risk is about twice as high as...

Caring For Yourself

When you become a mom, caring for your baby becomes your top priority. Unfortunately, that can sometimes mean that you neglect your own nutritional needs...

Breastfeeding 101

From the minute you put on your first training bra, you knew your breasts were special. But, when you became a mom, your breasts became truly amazing. Powerful...

For Teens: Your Journey Starts Now

When your body starts changing, everything feels a little off. But don’t worry, it’s all natural. The first thing you’ve probably noticed is that you’re starting to get...

For Parents: Your Daughter’s Journey

Puberty can be a challenging and confusing time for teens and their parents. From ages 8-13 many girls begin puberty. One of the first signs that your little...

Genetic Risk Counseling

Question: Will I pass breast cancer on to my daughter? About 5-10% of breast cancers are caused by abnormal genes passed from mothers to their daughters. If you...