Dr. Jocelyn Rapelyea discusses Breast Cancer screening.
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The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a new challenge for those battling breast cancer today. This hydra-headed challenge manifests across issues relating to equity, advocacy, and access to care for cancer patients as the pandemic rages. Chemotherapy – for all its read more about Fighting For The Breast Cancer Care You Need During COVID-19
On our path to eradicate Black Breast Cancer, TOUCH, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance is excited to partner with the Morehouse School of Medicine and 2for2 Boobs, and powered by Ciitizen to launch #BlackDataMatters. Black Breast Cancer is a different read more about #Blackdatamatters #Blackbreastcancermatters
This story originally appeared on CNN.com on Tuesday, January 8, 2018 (CNN)The rate of people dying from cancer in the United States seems to have dropped steadily for 25 years, a new study says, but disparities remain between the rich read more about Cancer Rate Is On The Decline, For Most–Here’s What We Know
The holiday celebrations are right around the corner so here is something to think about as you pop that champagne. This question often comes up when I am hanging out with my breasties (the name I call my breast cancer read more about What’s The Real Deal On Breast Cancer And Drinking Alcohol?
About 1 in 8 American women will develop breast cancer. In addition to breast exams, and mammograms, some women and men with a family history of breast cancer may also need to get a genetic screening. About 5 to 10% read more about Breast Cancer And BRCA Testing: What You Need To Know
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among African-American women. It is also the second leading cause of cancer deaths among African-American women. Unfortunately, in recent years you have heard about friends and family who have been diagnosed with breast read more about 7 Things You Can Do To Prevent Breast Cancer