Category: Breast Cancer

Be Informed. Be Empowered.

Do you know your risk? cdc.gov/BringYourBrave

Many breast cancers can be found early and treated. Getting the right screening at the right time can make a difference for you. Read More >

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Women: Take Time for Self-Care. You’re Worth It!

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“My late grandmother was an accomplished elementary school principal and teacher when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She took action to modify her lifestyle. As I have been inspired by my grandmother, I encourage you to learn your personal and family health history. Make wellness a part of every dimension of life.” Read More >

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Partner Spotlight: Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE)

FORCE: Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered

This Thanksgiving holiday is also Family Health History Day. Bring Your Brave shines a spotlight on the amazing work of a partner that aims to improve the lives of individuals affected by hereditary cancer. Read More >

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Tackling Breast Cancer: The Right Treatment for the Right Woman at the Right Time

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“As I talked to a patient of mine about how breast cancer took her sister’s life at the age of 42, I was reminded of how challenging it is to explain how breast cancer is a different disease in every woman. The key is getting the right treatment for the right woman at the right time.” Read More >

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Making Our Health a Priority in Honor of National Cancer Survivors Day

“Having cancer forced me to understand the importance of making my health a priority, and I challenge each of you to do the same.” Read More >

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