Breast Cancer

Explore our Breast Cancer section on the iMedix Blog for in-depth information on breast cancer detection, treatment, and survivorship. This space is designed to empower patients, survivors, and their loved ones with knowledge and support, providing resources and guidance through every stage of the breast cancer journey.

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05.10.2023 08:26
What I Wish People Knew About Breast Cancer is likely a phrase expressing a desire to share personal insights or less-known facts about breast cancer. This could include the emotional and physical challenges faced by those diagnosed, the importance of early detection and regular screenings, the reality that breast cancer can affect people of all genders, the complexities of treatment options, and
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21.09.2023 06:59
Before my own breast cancer diagnosis, I had only thought about it occasionally, mainly when participating in Pink Out games in October to raise awareness. I never imagined that I would eventually join the millions of women affected by this disease. The complexity of breast cancer became apparent to me as I learned about the different types, treatments, and risk factors. From my experience, I
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05.09.2023 11:26
Cancer is often said to not discriminate based on various factors such as race, gender, age, education, or socioeconomics. However, this does not mean that the healthcare system and some of its workers do not have implicit biases and issues with race. iMedix Suggests: Ask Ruby: What Does the African American Community Need to Know about Triple Negative Breast Cancer? Numerous studies have shown
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28.04.2023 01:24
The fear, stress, and frustration that accompany a cancer diagnosis while still working and nowhere near retirement are often misunderstood by many. When I was diagnosed with stage IIA invasive lobular breast cancer in 2015, my initial thoughts were about affording treatments and surgery, as well as finding the strength to continue working during treatments. The weight of the world seemed to rest
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03.04.2023 04:22
A few months after my mastectomy, I met with a therapist and adamantly expressed my refusal to undergo chemotherapy for my breast cancer treatment. The thought of losing my hair was unbearable, and I was determined to find an alternative solution. I had already conveyed this message to my loved ones, who had all urged me to do whatever it took to survive. While their intentions were filled with
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21.06.2022 15:28
From the age of 17, I have always found joy in working out. Whether it's at the gym, in the park, or even at home, exercise has a way of clearing my mind and making me feel strong. This has remained true throughout my breast cancer journey, regardless of whether I feel unwell or full of energy. I always strive to find ways to stay active. What is the impact of exercise on breast cancer risk and
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14.06.2022 10:50
My daughter, Deja, was a bright and energetic 7-year-old when I received the devastating news of my breast cancer diagnosis. Now, at 26 years old, she has transformed into a compassionate and focused woman. I consider it a miracle to have witnessed her growth throughout the years, despite the challenges posed by my health scare. Mom and two daughters share their incredible breast cancer story
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17.05.2022 20:23
The keloid scar that remains from my chemo port has become a significant topic of conversation in my life after treatment. Other than this mark, there are no obvious signs of my past battle with breast cancer. Whenever my scar is visible, it always leads to questions like, Where did you get that? or What happened there? It is a constant reminder of the five months of chemotherapy I endured. Self-
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04.04.2022 10:08
Who am I? I am a child of God and a wife, as well as a mother and stepmom. I am also a singer and an executive. In addition, I am a poet, a writer, and a graduate of an Ivy League college. However, I am not defined solely by these titles. I am someone who grew up in Bed-Stuy, an auntie, a daughter, and a friend. I am also a boss, a dancer, and a woman of faith. Katie Couric Says She Was ‘Stunned
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02.04.2022 12:18
Chance at life when I was diagnosed with breast cancer in my final year at the University of Michigan. Instead of taking a break from my studies and returning home for treatment, I was determined to continue pursuing my degree while receiving treatment at my university's hospital. Although I knew my senior year would be different from what I had envisioned, I didn't want to miss out on creating
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