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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...