Although my pregnancy was a surprise, nothing was more exciting than learning I was going to be a mother. However, that emotion quickly changed to disbelief when I was diagnosed with an aggressive breast cancer just days later. Luckily, I found hope for two.
Darlene Gant is dying from stage four breast cancer. There's no treatment that will change this and no current FDA approved treatments that will lengthen her life. In all likelihood, she will not get to spend Mother’s Day with her 11-year-old son, which is her dying wish.
Having undergone a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery on December 13, Giuliana tells HollywoodLife.com that she and husband, Bill plan to try again to start a family.
Less than a month after undergoing a lumpectomy for breast cancer, E! TV host, Giuliana Rancic will undergo a double mastectomy.
Giuliana Rancic has breast cancer according to the buzz that aired on the Today Show Monday morning. Already struggling with her own fertility, this puts a new twist in her journey to parenthood.
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Do mammograms prevent breast cancer deaths or are they an unnecessary, potentially damaging procedure? It's our responsibility to take matters into our own hands, to become educated and to make wiser decisions about our health and well-being. Unfortunately, arriving to the right decision isn't always easy.
I was 28 years old, married to a great man, living in our first home, and just about in my third trimester. I just loved being pregnant. But my wonderful world was about to be turned upside down with a breast cancer diagnosis, something I never thought would happen to me.
If you are at average risk, do a breast self-exam every month, ideally starting at age 20. Follow up with a clinical breast exam at least every 3 years between ages 20 and 39, then every year starting at age 40.
There are two types of mammograms: screening mammograms and diagnostic mammograms. Screening mammograms are breast x-rays for women who have no symptoms of breast cancer. Diagnostic mammograms may be necessary for a woman who has symptoms of a breast problem or a breast lump.